Convicted Health Care Fraudster May See Probation Trimmed

By Nathan Hale (June 3, 2019, 3:53 PM EDT) -- A Miami health care agency owner who served 54 months in prison for a $48 million Medicare fraud may get out of the last three months of his probation if he advances $1,500 he is due to pay the government during that period, a federal judge suggested Monday....

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