Rice stole over ,000 from Medicaid by submitting false timesheets claiming that he provided home care services to a disabled Medicaid recipient.
An investigation conducted by the Attorney General's office uncovered that Rice was not present to render the services that he purported to provide.
The defendants face multiple counts of conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud and aggravated identify theft related to fraudulent claims filed with Florida, Georgia and Louisiana Medicaid programs.An investigation conducted by the Attorney General's Office revealed that over the course of 17 months, Tomlinson submitted false claims for private-duty nursing services that she never provided to six disabled children.Kentucky Woman Charged with Tenn Care Fraud NASHVILLE, Tenn.In addition to standard fines and court costs, Williams is also ordered to pay more than ,000 in restitution. - A Blount County man has been charged in nearby Knox County with Tenn Care fraud for filling a forged prescription and using Tenn Care healthcare insurance benefits as payment. Schneiderman today announced the guilty plea of Licensed Practical Nurse Liane P.AG Secures More Than Million From Home Health Agency Boston - As part of an effort in Massachusetts to address fraud, waste and abuse in the home health industry, Attorney General Maura Healey announced today that a national home health agency has agreed to pay more than million to settle allegations that it improperly submitted and received overpayments for services from the state's Medicaid program, known as Mass Health. Tomlinson, 33, of Hamburg, New York, for stealing over ,000 from Medicaid.