2 Psychologists Charged For Allegedly Participating In $25.2M Medicare Fraud Scheme

(October 29, 2015, 3:25 PM EDT) -- NEW ORLEANS — Two psychiatrists were charged in a superseding indictment filed Oct. 22 in Louisiana federal court for alleged their involvement in a $25.2 million Medicare fraud scheme involving psychological testing for patients in nursing homes along the Gulf Coast (United States of America v. Rodney Hesson, Psy.D., et al., No. 15-cr-152, E.D. La.).

(Superseding indictment available. Document #20-151113-014X.)

Beverly Stubblefield, Ph.D., 62, and John Teal, Ph.D., were charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and conspiracy to make false statements related to health...
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