DOJ Charges 24 People Involve in $1.2 Billion Medicare Fraud


Meanwhile, U.S. Attorney Chapa Lopez of the Middle District of Florida, commented, “Protecting the integrity of America’s health care programs is necessary to ensure that our citizens receive the care they have paid for and deserve.”

The Health Care Fraud Unit of the DOJ Criminal Division’s Fraud Section in coordination with the Medicare Fraud Strike Force (MFSF, the FBI, U.S. Attorneys offices, and other law enforcement agencies investigated and prosecuted the defendants.