adidas f10 doctor sentenced for Medicare fraud
A Tennessee doctor has been sentenced to serve 28 months in prison for Medicare fraud.Dr. Raymond Sean Brown, 44, of McDonald, TN was sentenced Thursday Judge Curtis L. Collier charging him with the use of mis branded drugs with the intent to defraud.Brown forfeited $6.765 million from his bank accounts in 2012 and was ordered to pay an additional $717,000.After his release from prison, he will serve one year of supervised release, according to the U. S. Attorney’s office.From May 2008 until December 2012, Brown is accused of fraudulently billing Medicare for Botox injections he did not give.During that period, he received $7,482,968 in reimbursement from Medicare for the Botox injections.According to the plea agreement, Brown did not purchase any FDA approved Botox and only 254 vials of non FDA approved BotoxHe billed Medicare for 17,766 vials.medical care, patients rely on the honesty and integrity of their doctor. This defendant not only did not inject the drugs needed by the patients, but also fraudulently billed the Medicare system, which is funded by the taxpayers. Attorney Bill Killian.Trump discusses violence with video game execs and criticsTrump discusses violence with video game execs and criticsUpdated: Monday, March 12 2018 12:23 AM EDT2018 03 12 04:23:37 GMT(AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File). FILE In this March 6, 2018, file photo, President Donald Trump listens to a question during a meeting with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Trump plans to meet with . Shelter managers got the idea to put chairs in some of the dog dorms, after a viral Facebook post from a shelter in Illinois.