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October 1, 2014

Posted  January 22, 2016

A federal jury in Detroit convicted Felicar Williams, the operator of Haven Adult Day Care Center LLC, and Abdul Malik Al-Jumail and his daughter Jamella Al-Jumail, owners of a network of home health care companies, for their participation in a $29 million Medicare fraud scheme. According to evidence presented at trial, at Williams’s direction, Haven billed Medicare for sophisticated mental health services purportedly provided by other, unlicensed staff members. And the Jumails’ companies — including ABC Home Care Inc., Associates in Home Care Inc., Accessible Home Care Inc., Swift Home Care LLC, and Be Well Home Care LLC — billed Medicare for home health services that were not needed or not provided. Abdul Malik Al-Jumail also paid kickbacks to Williams to obtain billing information about patients at Haven. He then used the information to bill Medicare for home health care services that were never provided. DOJ

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