GRAND RAPIDS, me. The owner of a health department in South Haven has been sentenced to five years in prison for health fraud, according to the US Attorney’s Office in the western district of Michigan.
We found Kenneth Nash guilty back in October of Universal Home Health Care making claims for services in excess of US $ 750,000 by forging doctors’ signatures.
US District Judge Paul L. Maloney added Nash’s three-year custody sentence and a restitution order, according to prosecutors.
“This sentence sends a clear message that those who defraud Medicare will be held accountable,” says Timothy Waters of the FBI. “These taxpayer-funded programs are designed to provide the elderly with basic medical services, enrichment and non-corrupt health professionals.” other scammers. “