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June 1, 2016

Posted  June 13, 2016

Florence Bikundi and her husband Michael D. Bikundi Sr., owners of home care agency Global Healthcare Inc., were sentenced to prison for 10 years and 7 years, respectively, for health care fraud, money laundering, and other charges stemming from a scheme in which they and others defrauded the District of Columbia Medicaid program of over $80 million.  They were also ordered to forfeit over $11 million seized from 76 bank accounts; their $1 million residence; $73,000 in cash seized from their residence and five luxury vehicles.  The court also imposed a forfeiture money judgment of roughly $40 million and ordered them to pay roughly $80 million in restitution to D.C. Medicaid.  The government’s evidence showed the Bikundis led a scheme to bill Medicaid for services that were not fully provided, recruiting others, including family members, into the scam and creating fraudulent paperwork to hide the illegal activity.  DOJ

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