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July 3, 2018

Posted  July 17, 2018

A Virginia woman who owned several Medicaid support services companies has agreed to pay $1 million and to accept a lifetime ban on participation in the Virginia Medicaid Program as part of a settlement of allegations that she defrauded the program.  Dawn Sykes allegedly paid illegal kickbacks and sought reimbursement for services that were not provided or were provided to ineligible recipients.  The investigation was launched by a qui tam lawsuit under the FCA and Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act, and the whistleblower will receive 18 percent of the settlement.  USAO EDVA

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