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September 7, 2016

Posted  September 12, 2016

Clinical psychologists Beverly Stubblefield and John Teal pleaded guilty for their involvement in a fraudulent psychological testing scheme that preyed upon Medicare recipients living in nursing homes throughout the Southeastern United States.  Stubblefield and Teal practiced as clinical psychologists at Nursing Home Psychological Services, Inc. and Psychological Care Services, Inc. and they admitted their companies billed Medicare for psychological tests to nursing home residents throughout Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida and Alabama which were not medically necessary or not provided at all.  They further admitted they repeatedly tested the same nursing home residents even though some were incapacitated and could not meaningfully participate in testing.  DOJ

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