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April 12, 2016

Posted  April 12, 2016

Florida arrested two Miami-Dade County residents for allegedly billing the Medicaid program more than $100,000 for in-home support services not rendered. According to the investigation, David Krochmal, 43, owner of Peer Link Programs, and Cecilia Ines Krochmal, 47, operated a Home Health Agency that specialized in servicing individuals with developmental disabilities. Cecilia Krochmal, David Krochmal’s sister-in-law, managed the day-to-day operations of the business. The defendants allegedly falsified service logs for individual Medicaid recipients to include in-home services, such as assisting with personal hygiene; however, told clients that the business could not afford to visit clients’ homes to provide individual services. Instead, the defendants picked up multiple Medicaid recipients to participate in group activities on the weekends. FL