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United States v. Paulus

Judge McKeague of the Sixth Circuit cites Mark Twain’s quip that “there are three kinds of falsehood: lies, damnable lies, and statistics,” in reinstating guilty verdicts of an Ashland, Ky. cardiologist for health care fraud and making false statements to health care benefit programs. The doc led the nation in billing Medicare for angiograms and apparently performed quite a few unnecessary procedures.


Tags: 2018, Fraud, Judge McKeague, Sixth Circuit

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