Woman Sentenced In $1.6 Million Medicaid ScamAnne Silver, of Morris, was sentenced Monday to 10 months behind bars. Silver pleaded guilty to health care fraud last year.
Wyman Organizing Group To Examine Federal Health Care BillLt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says she's organizing a bipartisan working group to examine how the Republican health care bill that cleared the U.S. House of Representatives could affect Connecticut.
Connecticut Woman Gets Prison Time For Defrauding MedicaidA Connecticut woman who defrauded the federal Medicaid program out of $1.6 million for bogus psychiatric services has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison.
Regents To Vote On Student InsuranceThe Board of Regents for Higher Education is set to vote on a proposal next week that could see the elimination of the mandatory health insurance plan offered to state university students.
Dentist Settles False Claims AllegationsA Connecticut dentist with practices in West Haven and Milford has settled with the state after officials say he submitted false claims on behalf of Medicaid patients for x-ray services that were not in compliance with state law.
Ex-Dentist Ordered To Pay $700k For Medicaid Billing SchemeA former Connecticut dentist and his practice have been ordered to pay more than $700,000 in restitution and civil penalties for improperly billing the state Medicaid program for pediatric dental cleanings and fluoride treatments.
Torrington Woman Pleads Guilty In $1.6M Medicaid ScamA Torrington woman has pleaded guilty to her role in defrauding Medicaid out of about $1.6 million.
Psychiatrist, Husband Settle Suit Over False Medicaid ClaimsA Connecticut psychiatrist and her husband have agreed pay $400,000 to settle a civil lawsuit alleging they orchestrated a scheme to submit false claims to Medicaid.
Ex-group Home Operator Agrees To Pay $1.5M For OverpaymentsA former Connecticut group home operator has agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle allegations it received overpayments from the state's Medicaid program.
Medicaid Recipients Losing Coverage To Receive Letters And Calls
Mental Health Advocates Raise Concerns Over Governor's Budget
State Wants Reimbursement In ID Fraud Case