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January 27, 2017

Posted  February 6, 2017

Brooklyn residents Olga Proskurovsky, Yuriy Omelchenko and Isak Aharanov pleaded guilty in connection with a health care fraud scheme involving two Brooklyn clinics that caused approximately $55 million in false claims to Medicare and Medicaid.  They agreed to forfeiture money judgments in the amount of roughly $17 million.  Proskurovsky served as a medical biller and Omelchenko worked as a therapist manager at Prime Care on the Bay LLC and Bensonhurst Mega Medical Care P.C. where they assisted in a scheme to defraud the Medicare and Medicaid programs in which patients subjected themselves to medically unnecessary health services, including physical and occupational therapy, provided by unlicensed staff.  DOJ

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