Two Miami-Dade doctors, two assistants convicted of Medicare fraud
Miami Herald, March 18, 2009
A federal jury has convicted two Miami-Dade doctors and two medical assistants of plotting to submit millions of dollars in bogus bills to Medicare. The 12-person jury found David Rothman, MD, Keith Russell, MD, Eda Marietta Milanes, and Jorge Luis Pacheco guilty of conspiring to commit fraud and other charges for filing $5.3 million in false HIV-therapy claims with the nation's healthcare program.
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