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May 29, 2019

Posted  May 29, 2019

Houston-based patient recruiter and home health clinic owner Egondu “Kate” Koko has been sentenced to over 15 years in prison and ordered to pay $14 million for participating in a $20 million kickback scheme involving Medicare beneficiaries.  Koko had plead guilty in October to paying bribes to both physicians and patients in order to earn between $9.5 and $25 million in ill-gotten gains, as well as to laundering money under another person’s identity and using proceeds from the fraud to buy a home.  DOJ

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