August 23, 2007, - 5:42 pm
I’ve written many times about Muslims who’ve defrauded Medicaid. That includes continuing Medicaid fraud by the Dearbornistan-based Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS), pursuant to which you, the taxpayer, pay for the delivery of babies to pregnant Muslim foreign aliens who lie to Customs and Border Protection inspectors to get into the country to have their kids here. Their kids become anchor babies with U.S. citizenship.
U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy III a/k/a “Abu Porno” (a Bush Federal Appeals Court nominee) and Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox (who wants to be Michigan Governor) refuse to prosecute the agency and are letting the fraud continue.
But there’s also the Medicaid and Medicare fraud that’s just meant to get rich of the infidels. [Ad: This one doesn’t affect the workers graduated from medical billing and coding schools. It doesn’t affect hospital workers so much either.] That’s generally referred to by Muslims as “halal (permitted) money.”
Here’s the latest such scam:
A Southfield company that manages skilled nursing centers, its owner and two of its top officials have agreed to pay $1.25 million to settle allegations that they improperly billed Medicaid and Medicare for inadequate care of, and services to, residents at four metro Detroit nursing homes.
Ciena Healthcare Management Inc., its owner Mohammad Qazi, Chief Financial Officer Anis Khan and Chief Operating Officer Denise Mahnke-Pugh agreed to the settlement Monday.
The settlement — $707,888 to be paid to the federal government and $542,111 to the State of Michigan — covers the submission of claims to Medicaid and Medicare for nursing and other services provided at St. James Nursing Center, the Americare Convalescent Center and the Qualicare Nursing Home, all in Detroit, and at Northfield Place Nursing Home in Whitmore Lake, between January 2000 and December 2006.
The facilities allegedly failed to meet the needs of residents in several care areas, including medication management and nutrition and hydration, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Detroit said Monday.
Ciena and its officers have entered into a 5-year integrity agreement in which they agree to undertake measures to comply with federal health care programs.
“Integrity”? When pigs fly. And that goes for the U.S. Attorney, too.
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