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Two Women Convicted of Tenn Care Fraud Must Repay Tennessee NASHVILLE, Tenn. Schneiderman Announces Arrests Of Three Individuals For Allegedly Defrauding Medicaid-Funded Home Health Programs NEW YORK - Attorney General Eric T.- Women in two separate cases have pleaded guilty to Tenn Care fraud charges, and together must repay the state's healthcare insurance program more than ,000. Schneiderman today announced the conclusion of two separate investigations and the arrest of Tina Gabel, 58, and Sean Gabel, 23, of Poughkeepsie, and Enny Portillo, 58, of Highland Mills, for submitting over ,000 of false home health care claims to Medicaid.Following an investigation by the Florida Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office arrested Ashley Nicole Griffin, age 21, on charges related to the alleged abuse.Pediatrician Arrested for Medicaid Fraud TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Attorney General Pam Bondi's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and the Bay County Sheriff's Office today announced the arrest of a Bay County pediatrician for Medicaid provider fraud.According to the investigation, Ryan Todd Powers, 40, unlawfully obtained funds from an elderly relative suffering from physical limitations who resides in a nursing home.
Lee County Man Arrested for Exploitation of an Elderly Person TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Attorney General Pam Bondi's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, with the assistance of the East District SET Team with the Lee County Sheriff's Office, today announced the arrest of a Lee County man for exploitation of an elderly person.- Two people are charged in southeastern Tennessee with Tenn Care fraud, including a former Tennessee resident now living in Alabama. Schneiderman Announces Indictment And Arraignment Of Clinic Operator For Allegedly Defrauding Medicaid By Offering Bogus Substance Abuse Treatment NEW YORK-Attorney General Eric T. Prosecutors allege that Dochim, Miromedical, and Ferrara submitted claims for reimbursement for substance abuse treatment services to Medicaid and to Metro Plus, a state-funded managed care organization ("MCO"), when they were not certified to provide such services and for medical services allegedly rendered to MFCU undercover investigators that never occurred.