At the heart of the Columbia fraud case in Florida

November 1999
Modern Healthcare;11/22/99, Vol. 29 Issue 47, p32
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Focuses on the participation of John Schilling, an accountant from Milwaukee, in the Medicare fraud case of four Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp. executives. Details on the testimony of Schilling against the executives; Experiences of Schilling when federal authorities indicted the executives.


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