Los Angeles hospital executive arrested for allegedly using homeless people in medical fraud
An executive at a Los Angeles hospital was arrested for allegedly paying homeless people for unnecessary medical treatment in a scheme to bilk government health programs of millions of dollars. Robert Bourseau, who once helped run City of Angels Medical Center, was taken in to custody at his Los Angeles home by federal investigators as part of an ongoing probe into a massive fraud scheme using thousands of homeless people from skid row as patients.
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