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January 26, 2015

Posted  January 25, 2016

Ramon Regueira, the owner and operator of a Miami home health care agency Nation’s Best Care Home Health Corp. was sentenced to 106 months in prison and to pay $21M for his participation in a $30M Medicare fraud scheme. Regueira admitted he and his co-conspirators operated Nation’s Best for the purpose of billing the Medicare program for, among other things, expensive physical therapy and home health care services that were not medically necessary or not provided. He further admitted he and his co-conspirators paid kickbacks and bribes to patient recruiters who provided patients to Nation’s Best, as well as prescriptions, plans of care (POCs) and certifications for medically unnecessary therapy and home health services.DOJ

Tagged in: Healthcare Fraud, Home Health and Hospice, Lack of Medical Necessity, Medical Billing Fraud,