Feds Charge 58 Across Texas With Health Care, Opioid Fraud

Officials say doctors and pharmacists billed the government for millions of pills using fake IDs.

By Bill ZeebleSeptember 20, 2019 10:00 am, , ,

From KERA:

Federal prosecutors on Wednesday charged 58 people across Texas with health care fraud costing at least $66 million, including “pill mill” schemes involving opioids. Doctors and medical professionals are among those facing charges.

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