Tag Archives: Pharmacy

What to Do When A Pharmacy Gives You the Wrong Drug Prescription

We trust our medical professionals with our lives. That couldn’t be truer when we rely on them to correctly and timely prescribe appropriate medications to treat our medical conditions and help alleviate our illnesses. Because of this deep trust, we … Continue reading

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New York State's Comptroller and New York State's Attorney General announce guilty plea of Queens pharmacy owner for $1.5 million Medicaid fraud scheme

New York State's Comptroller and New York State's Attorney General announce guilty plea of Queens pharmacy owner for $1.5 million Medicaid fraud schemeSource: Office of the State ComptrollerOn June 8, 2018 State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Barbara … Continue reading

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Is Your Pharmacy Tattling on You to Your Doctor?

This week’s story questions whether a druggist who believes that a patient is not taking their prescription should squeal on them directly to their doctor. A couple of weeks ago, MrConsumer got an unexpected letter from his primary care physician … Continue reading

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Florida Pharmacy Owner Sentenced to 15 Years for Role in $100 Million Billing Fraud Scheme

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law On April 26, 2018, the owner of several Florida pharmacies was sentenced to 15 years in prison and ordered to give up $54.5 … Continue reading

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Pharmacy Owner And Pharmacist Sentenced To 160 Months In Prison For $4.3 Million Pain And Scar Compounding Creams Where Referral Payments Received When TRICARE Insurance Billed

The compounding cream cases where pharmacies engaged in marketing to obtain patients and where there were billings to TRICARE insurance continue. In a recent case, after a five-day trial of one count of conspiracy to pay health care kickbacks and paying … Continue reading

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