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October 12, 2018

Posted  October 12, 2018

A father and son duo has plead guilty to causing over $27 million in losses from Affordable Care Act (ACA) programs in twelve states, including Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas. Jeffrey and Nicholas White of California allegedly made a living from drug rehabilitation centers through patient referral bonuses and cuts of money paid out by ACA programs. To maximize their profits, they enrolled participants in ACA programs in high paying states, regardless of whether the participants even lived in that state. The Whites also went to great lengths to further the fraud, including creating fictitious contact information, paying patients’ insurance premiums, and paying for their transport to out-of-state rehabilitation centers. They each face a maximum of 10 years in prison. USAO CT

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