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Md. Health Care Co. Maxim Settles DOJ Fraud Probe

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Maxim Health Care Services has agreed to pay $150 million to resolve fraud allegations by the Justice Department and the attorneys general of 42 states. The home health care company admitted to overcharging Medicaid for six years. Eight former employees at the company have pleaded guilty in connection with the scheme, and some of them face prison time.
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