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March 6, 2015

Posted  January 25, 2016

New York physician Roman Johnson pleaded guilty for his involvement in a scheme to fraudulently bill Medicare for $14.2 million in claims for medically unnecessary treatments.  Johnson admitted that he and other medical providers at his clinic submitted claims to Medicare for medically unnecessary vitamin infusions, physical therapy, and occupational therapy that did not qualify for reimbursement by Medicare.  Johnson agreed to pay $5,386,363 in restitution which represents the total amount of money Medicare paid as the result of the fraudulent claims.  DOJ

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