The Justice Department announced Thursday that it has charged 412 people, including nearly 115 clinicians, in health care fraud schemes worth $1.3 billion, the largest Medicare Strike Force crackdown in US history. More than 120 people are accused of illegal prescription and distribution of opioid painkillers and other narcotics, while many others are accused of submitting false claims to Medicaid, Medicare and TRICARE.
More than 400 people charged with health care fraud in major US crackdown
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