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September 17, 2018

Posted  September 17, 2018

In the largest healthcare fraud case ever to come out of Mississippi, the co-owner of two Mississippi-based compounding pharmacies, Marco Bisa Hawkins Moran, has pleaded guilty to defrauding TRICARE of more than $22 million. As part of the fraud, Moran and others allegedly paid kickbacks to doctors and marketers to prescribe drugs for beneficiaries covered by TRICARE and other lucrative health benefit programs. Additionally, they allegedly selected formulas meant to maximize profits instead of benefit individuals, and submitted fraudulent reimbursement claims to TRICARE. The case spanned multiple states across the country, including California, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Connecticut, with twelve people charged and nine convicted so far. USAO SDMS

Tagged in: Compounding Pharmacy Fraud, Other Government Health Programs, Pharma Fraud,