November 5, 2010

NEWS: Investigation into Ohio Medicaid NEMT Fraud Widens

OHIO - November 4, 2010 - The Ohio Attorney General's investigation into overcharging of Ohio Medicaid funded non-emergency medical transports has shifted from NEMT companies (see Ohio Ambulette Companies Being Investigated) to private ambulance companies such as Life Ambulance Service which the Attorney General believes owes the state more than $400,000 in overcharges. Life Ambulance Service of Portsmouth Ohio, has a reported annual revenue of $32,000,000 and employs a staff of approximately 833.

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