U.S. Charges 107 in $452 Million Health-Care Fraud Crackdown
The U.S. charged 107 doctors, nurses and others for allegedly playing a role in Medicare fraud involving $452 million in bogus bills to the government.
The charges, in unrelated cases across the country, were part of a crackdown, the Justice Department said today in a statement.
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