Authorities Crack Down On Home Care Fraudsters

May 2011
Eli's Home Care Week;2011, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p147
The article focuses on the Medicaid and Medicare fraud-fighting campaign by U.S. authorities which has convicted several fraudsters in Texas and Minnesota in 2011. It states that in Houston, Texas, Family Healthcare Group registered nurse Adelma Casas Sevilla pled guilty to conspiracy in health care fraud. It says that in Minnesota, Harry Kwabena Ossei, owner of Midwest Health Care Systems Inc. and Midwest Home Health Care Systems Inc., pled guilty to tax and health care fraud.


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