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Michael J. Ligotti, D.O, 46, of Delray Beach, Florida was charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud. From May 2011 through March 2020, Ligotti fraudulently billed approximately $681 million to private insurance companies and Medicare.

“This massive, multi-year alleged fraudulent billing scheme by a trusted medical professional generated millions of dollars by preying on patients seeking substance abuse treatment,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division.  “The charges announced today demonstrate the Department of Justice’s continued resolve to dismantle substance abuse treatment fraud schemes and prosecute those who exploit vulnerable patients seeking help for their substance abuse problems.”

Source: Justice.gov

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