Friday, August 3, 2018

Kauffman warrant reveals compounding, blood testing fraud ..."In what is described in the warrant as a “pyramid scheme,” the drugs would cost Central Rexall $10 a dose, but they would charge the insurance company about $6,000, then split the profits with a recruiter."

Kauffman warrant reveals compounding, blood testing fraud ...

https://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/...compounding.../article_a1e22483-443b-55c1-b...
5 hours ago - “Effectively you're referring patients to compounding, and if the care is unnecessary, it's fraud,” he said. And as soon as a doctor receives money for referring a patient to medically unnecessary treatment, a kickback, it's what Frankford called a “slam dunk” for prosecutors.
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