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April 28, 2016

Posted  May 9, 2016

California doctor Gary J. Ordog pleaded guilty to submitting more than $2.4 million in fraudulent claims to Medicare.  Ordog, who purported to be a physician specializing in toxicology, admitted submitting false claims to Medicare for purported visits with Medicare beneficiaries, when in fact those visits never actually occurred, including on dates when Ordog was out of the country.  He also admitted to billing for services provided to beneficiaries who were deceased and for services totaling more than 24 hours in one day.  DOJ

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