16 Texans Charged in $60 Million Medicare Fraud SchemeA federal grand jury had indicted 16 Texans for their part in a healthcare fraud scheme. The indictment alleges that over four years, a company fraudulently billed Medicare and Medicaid for $60 million.
Texas Attorney General's $100K Gift Came Despite Agency RulesDocuments show the $100,000 that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accepted from the head of a Dallas-based company his office was investigating came despite internal agency rules that prohibit such gifts.
Dallas Co. Woman Gets 4+ Years In Prison For Medicaid FraudA District Judge sentenced Brenda Ward to 57 months in a federal prison after she pled gulity to one count of health care fraud.
Cedar Hill Woman Pleads Guilty To $1.6M Medicaid FraudA Dallas-area woman has pleaded guilty in a $1.6 million Medicaid scam over false claims using the names of legitimate counselors.
Questionable $110M State Deals Bypassed ReviewsState officials say $110 million in no-bid health contracts that are now the focus of a criminal investigation bypassed two routine oversight boards for deals of that size.
Texas Receives $10M In Medicaid Fraud SettlementThe state attorney general's office has recovered millions of dollars from a drug maker in a case of Medicaid fraud.
Texas AG Reaches Settlement On Alleged FraudAttorney General Greg Abbott's office announced the deal on Friday with Pfizer Inc. and Endo Pharmaceuticals. Each company will pay $18.1 million and attorney's fees.
North Texas Doctor Accused Of Fraud Gives Up LicenseA North Texas doctor accused of running a scheme to defraud Medicare and Medicaid of nearly $375 million has surrendered his medical license.
Rockwall Doctor Charged In Biggest U.S. Healthcare Fraud EverThe doctor is accused of cheating taxpayers out of $375 million.