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Submitting false EMS transport claims to Medicare for reimbursement is a violation of the False Claims Act
Expect more oversight of EMS billing through post-payment audits and increased investigations, prosecution
Mass. Attorney General Andrea Campbell’s office announced a settlement between MedStar Ambulance, Inc. and MassHealth
Joshua Cory Frances falsely claimed he was a Homeland Security officer and used that identity to defraud multiple agencies out of more than $150,000
Office of Special Counsel: “The evidence showed many [Niagara Falls] employees — both students and instructors — on leave during the reported training courses”
Joshua Cory Frances also was the head of Maine Task Force One, a group of EMTs and EMS physician assistants
Mario Artze-Ordiales is accused of defrauding the Broward County Aviation Department through car parking vouchers
Federal investigators alleged Rural/Metro Corporation collected improper reimbursements over a seven-year period
Kenneth B. Ponce, 48, admitted to committing perjury while filling out paperwork about the company’s assets and debts
Brian Rhodes, 45, a paramedic supervisor at Madison Ambulance, is accused of falsifying timesheets
The federal government claims Hidalgo County EMS submitted an unauthorized modified Paycheck Protection Program loan application and falsely claimed not to be in bankruptcy
Officials say the alleged actions of Sloatsburg Volunteer Ambulance Corps Capt. Matthew Gannon, 53, contributed to the agency’s closing
The case is one of the largest Medicare ambulance fraud cases ever prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice
Med-1 Interfacility Care Manager Davon Terrell Henderson allegedly billed for fictitious ambulance services using stolen Medicare ID numbers