Thursday, December 1, 2022

From Soup to Workers Comp Fraud

Correction Officers have a tough job. They are responsible for keeping incarcerated individuals safe, whether in jail, at a work release or drug treatment center, or in any other type of correctional facility. Hoai Le, 49, of West Hartford, Conn., was allegedly injured while...

It’s a Numbers Game

Medicaid fraud is common, and unfortunately more people than you would expect are convicted of participating in such crimes. In March 2022, Courtney Dunlap of Burlington, Conn., was sentenced to 57 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for defrauding the...

Family Therapy

Family plays an important role in how its members develop emotionally, physically and spiritually, because each individual is impacted by other family members. Sometimes, there is a need to address mental health concerns that affect the family as a whole, including issues such as...

The Reality of the REAL ID

Adrian Joseph of St. Lucia has been living the life in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The life of someone else. For twenty years! The individual, whose identity Joseph used, informed the government that his identity documents were stolen in the late 1990s. But that didn’t stop...

Teamwork

Defrauding takes teamwork. Today’s fraudster from Bridgeport, Connecticut teamed up with other unscrupulous individuals (and that’s putting it nicely) to steal the Medicaid provider numbers of two licensed healthcare providers. One co-conspirator contributed the personally identifiable information of more than 100 Medicaid clients from...

Filing False Claims Leads to Court Cases

The U.S. Justice Department—and, specifically, U.S. attorneys in Connecticut—are cracking down on Medicaid fraud from healthcare providers who file false claims. In the latest case, a Waterbury licensed professional counselor in children’s behavioral health, has entered into a civil settlement with federal authorities to reimburse...

Stuck with the Bill

Group homes provide a place where a small number of unrelated individuals, who need care, support, or supervision, can live together while receiving assistance. Those support services can include help with cooking, cleaning, shopping, personal care, mental health counseling services, financial management, personal relationships,...

Riddle Of The Day

“Riddle of the day:” What does a fraudster do while waiting to be sentenced for committing fraud? Answer: Commit another fraud of course! Or at least that is what Nicole Steiner, from Stratford, Connecticut did after she pled guilty to Medicaid fraud in 2021....

So Much for Caring

Medicaid provides comprehensive coverage for children with behavioral health needs, making treatment affordable for low income families. The owner of a former New Haven, Connecticut behavioral health clinician group deceptively called Caring Family Solutions carried out a Medicaid fraud scheme that stole $100,000 in a very...

Fraud Patrol

State troopers are entrusted with patrolling highways and interstates as well as promoting the general safety of the public. (Being deceitful and putting their own interests above the welfare of others are not traits typically associated with the profession.) Kevin Moore, a Connecticut State...
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