Dallas-Based Home Health Company Owners as well as Nurses Charged for Roles in Alleged Medicare Fraud for Home Health Over 8 Year Period On December 22, 2015, theco-owners of a residence wellness business in Dallas as well as 2 registered nurse workers werecharged in a charge for their claimed engagement ina wellness treatment scams instance including affirmed deceitful insurance claims for homehealth services.The federal government declares that the invoicing at problem was $13.4 million to Medicare as well as Medicaid. Each of these 4 people of Texas were each billed withone matter of conspiracy theory to dedicate health and wellness treatment scams and also each were billed with 3 or even more matters of wellness treatment fraud.An Indictment is not proof as well as all individuals billed are assumed innocentunless and also up until tested guilty past a sensible question in a court of law.Theindictment affirms that from roughly January 2007 to September 2015, thedefendants conspired to rip off Medicare by triggering the entry andconcealment of deceptive as well as incorrect claimsfor house wellness servicesin the quantity of $13,434,550. According to theallegations, Okoroji and also Ewah would certainly in some instances pay employers, includingNwanguma, to hire recipients for house health and wellness solutions, no matter ofwhether the recipients required residence wellness treatment. On December 22, 2015, theco-owners of a residence health and wellness firm in Dallas and also 2 registered nurse staff members werecharged in a charge for their supposed involvement ina wellness treatment scams instance including declared illegal cases for homehealth services.The federal government declares that the invoicing at concern was $13.4 million to Medicare and also Medicaid. Each of these 4 people of Texas were each billed withone matter of conspiracy theory to devote wellness treatment fraudulence as well as each were billed with 3 or even more matters of health and wellness treatment fraud.An Indictment is not proof and also all individuals billed are assumed innocentunless and also till tested guilty past an affordable uncertainty in a court of law.Theindictment affirms that from about January 2007 to September 2015, thedefendants conspired to rip off Medicare by triggering the entry andconcealment of deceitful as well as incorrect claimsfor house health and wellness servicesin the quantity of $13,434,550. According to theallegations, Okoroji and also Ewah would certainly in some instances pay employers, includingNwanguma, to hire recipients for residence wellness solutions, no matter ofwhether the recipients required residence wellness treatment.