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March 9, 2022

Posted  March 9, 2022

Sixteen defendants from Michigan and Ohio have been sentenced to prison for their roles in a massive $250 million healthcare fraud scheme that involved subjecting opioid-addicted patients to medically unnecessary back injections in exchange for more opioids.  The injections were selected because they were reimbursed highly by government payors, but were often painful or led to adverse conditions, such as open holes in the back.  DOJ

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