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Ambulance Company Owner Sentenced to Prison

Bassem Kuran, 23, of Philadelphia, PA, was sentenced today to ten months in prison for making false statements to Medicare through VIP Ambulance, Inc., an ambulance company that Kuran owned and which he served as President. The Honorable Gerald J. … Continue reading

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5 Defendants Face Charges in Pain Management Kickback Scheme

Physicians, CEO, Owner and Marketer Also Charged in Tax and Health Care Fraud Schemes Baltimore, Maryland – A federal grand jury indicted five defendants on charges arising from a scheme whereby physicians and administrative personnel associated with a Maryland pain … Continue reading

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Feds Crack Down on Medicare Ambulance Fraud

When the feds closed Brotherly Love Ambulance Inc. in October 2011 amid allegations of Medicare fraud, the owner’s son quickly opened his own ambulance company and picked up where his mother had left off. For a while, anyway. Bassem Kuran, … Continue reading

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Physician Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements

Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Jefferson City, Mo., physician has pleaded guilty in federal court to making false statements in order to receive payments on health care claims. Randall E. … Continue reading

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