Revenue Cycle

Bank VP gets three years in jail for Medicare fraud

Patient Financial Services Weekly Advisor, December 26, 2008

A federal judge sentenced a former assistant vice president at Wachovia Bank to three years in prison for submitting fraudulent claims to Medicare, bizjournals.com reported this week. Prosecutors said Javier J. Ortiz, 36, opened accounts for medical companies owned by Angel Castillo Jr. Read the full story on bizjournals.com.

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