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August 20, 2018

Posted  August 20, 2018

The owner of an ambulance company has been convicted of defrauding Medicare by submitting claims for over $3 million in unprovided or unnecessary transport services. Anthony Nwosah of Tonieann EMS and Rosenberg EMS also admitted to falsifying and instructing others to falsify transport records, as well as submitting some under the name of an EMT who didn’t even work for him. He received $1,094,260 before the fraud was uncovered, and at his sentencing in November, he stands to receive a $250,000 fine and ten year sentence. USAO SDTX

Tagged in: Ambulance, Healthcare Fraud, Lack of Medical Necessity, Medical Billing Fraud,