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March 18, 2016

Posted  March 28, 2016

A federal jury in New Orleans convicted Elaine Davis and Dr. Pramela Ganji for their roles in a $34 million Medicare fraud scheme.  The jury found that Davis, who owned Christian Home Health Care Inc., together with Ganji caused the healthcare company to bill Medicare for home health care services that were not needed and/or not actually provided.  Davis paid employees to recruit new patients and then sent their Medicare information to doctors, including Ganji, to obtain their signatures to certify that the patients qualified to receive home health care services, which trial evidence showed they did not qualify for or need.  DOJ

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