Corporate Compliance

Midwife accused of Medicaid fraud

Compliance Monitor, January 7, 2009

Wylene Simmons, a midwife from Lauderhill, FL, allegedly defrauded the state Medicaid program for more than $300,000, according to a Miami Herald article.

Investigators allege Simmons billed Medicaid for 10 deliveries that she did not assist with and billed the program for deliveries months before the babies were born.


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