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January 12, 2017

Posted  January 17, 2017

Idia Oriakhi, the administrator of five Houston-area home health agencies, pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the State of Texas’ Medicaid-funded Home and Community-Based Service and the Primary Home Care Programs of more than $7.8 million. Oriakhi’s parents owned and operated Aabraham Blessings, LLC; Baptist Home Care Providers, Inc.; Community Wide Home Health, Inc.; Four Seasons Home Healthcare, Inc. and Kis Med Concepts, Inc. and admitted that she, her father Godwin Oriakhi and others obtained patients for her family’s home health agencies by paying illegal kickback payments to patient recruiters and physicians for referring and certifying Medicaid patients for services not medically necessary and often not provided. DOJ

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