New Jersey physical therapist indicted in Medicaid scheme after federal raid of his home

The indictment alleges that Mr. Elsanna and 3 co-defendants falsified client records to show they supplied the therapy, when in truth they just gave massages or gave the client extending exercises, which are not eligible for repayment, according to the report..

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Friday, September 18th, 2020
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Representatives from the FBI and the HHS Office of the Inspector General today raided the house of a New Jersey physical therapist, hours prior to an indictment was unsealed and charges were submitted versus him, according to NJ.com..

According to the Sept. 15 indictment, Mahmoud Elsanaa, who resides in New Jersey however practices in New York City, submitted claims to Medicare and Medicaid for physical therapy sessions that werent required or were never ever supplied. The supposed plan began in January 2019..

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York charges Mr. Elsanaa and the co-defendants with conspiring to devote health care scams and conspiring to make false statements.

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