Tag: Medicaid Fraud

Adult Day Care in Laredo Raided by Federal, State, and Local Agencies

Laredo — This morning the Precinct 1 Webb county constable’s office and the Texas Attorney general’s office conducted an operation at Las Flores Adult Day Care Center on the 2500 block of Travis Court. According to councilman Alberto Torres, officials executed a search warrant at the facility signed by district judge to collect any sort of documents to investigate any alleged medicare and medicaid fraud. “We are working together with Texas attorney general’s office they are the lead agency in this operation we are taking any type of document that will help in the continued investigation of this crime”...

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Woman Pleads ‘Guilty’ to Medicaid Fraud

McAllen (KFXV) — The owner of a medical equipment company pleads guilty of defrauding medicaid of millions of dollars. 55 year old, Anna Ramirez-Ambriz originally of McAllen, admitted that she filed false claims for medicaid reimbursement from the state department in the amount of more than 3 million dollars. This, between the years of 2007 and 2013 under a company she owned, located in edinburg. She requested higher quantities and more expensive products that were actually delivered. The federal judge has scheduled her hearing for June 13th. Ramirez-Ambriz could be facing a penalty of up to 10 years in...

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McAllen Woman Pleads Guilty to Receiving $3,000+ in Medicaid Kickbacks

A McAllen woman pleads guilty to receiving more than $3,000 in Medicaid kickbacks. Medical assistant, 57 year-old Argentina Cavazos is accused of selling patient names and numbers to Martha Lidia Flores, a home health marketer. Flores then allegedly used that information to fill out fraudulent referral forms, compensating Cavazos with the illegal proceeds. Cavazos is scheduled to be sentenced in...

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Medical Equipment Company Owner Indicted On Multiple Health Care Crimes

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FBI Raids Home Health Care Office

As part of an ongoing investigation, federal agents executed a search warrant at a valley home health care office building. Fox 2 news cameras were rolling as agents raided Beyamar Home Health Care and hospice services center on south McColl road. We’re told authorities are investigating what could be a multi-million dollar Medicare and Medicaid fraud scheme. The investigation is a joint effort by several agencies including the FBI, the Texas attorney general’s Medicaid fraud control unit, and the U.S. attorney general’s...

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