Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
Have you viewed the Department of Justice websites http://oig.hhs.gov/fraud/enforcement/criminal? They list every white-collar crime that is/or have been prosecuted by the Justice Department, and the list goes on and on and on. It is unbelievable all the ‘white-collar crimes’ that’s going on. I find it interesting that the media flood our airways with petty crimes or murder cases when all this corporate corruption so numerous is going on…crazy. I’m not talking about pocket change, but hundreds of millions and even billions. This featured case–$258 million dollars, wow!
This is another post from the Department of Justice and it is all about ‘Greed’. Read it for yourself, and then read a story by CrimeDiva–DeVine, for ‘free*’.
Today’s CrimeDiva, Roslyn F. Dogan, 53, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, owner and operator of community mental health center and a patient recruiter in Houston, Texas, were convict, for their roles in a $258 million Medicare fraud scheme involving three facilities that filed fraudulent claims for psychiatric services that were unnecessary or never actually provided.
Ms. Dogan, was found guilty after a six-day jury trial and was convicted of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and two counts of health care fraud.
According to court documents, the companies billed Medicare more than $258 million over a period of seven years for partial hospitalization program services for the mentally ill that were unnecessary or never provided. Ms. Dgan was part owner of Serenity Center as well as the marketer for Serenity Center and Shifa Baton Rouge. As part of the scheme, Dogan would arrange for Medicare-eligible patients to be sent to Shifa Baton Rouge and Serenity Center and admitted to those facilities, regardless of whether the patients needed partial hospitalization program services. In order to increase billings to Medicare, Dogan, along with others in management, instructed administrators and therapists to falsify patient treatment records for services that had not been provided. Dogan also concealed the fraud at Shifa Baton Rouge and Serenity Center by directing that patient billing statements be intercepted from patients’ mail in order to prevent the patients from seeing the services that had been billed in their names, and by stealing incriminating documents seized pursuant to a search warrant from federal custody.
According to court documents, the recruiter was paid $1,500 per week in cash to direct patients to attend the partial hospitalization program at Shifa Texas and instructed patients as to the types of symptoms and diagnoses to describe to physicians in order to be admitted to the program.
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