3 Execs Get 52 Years For $70M Medicare Fraud Scheme

Law360, Miami (September 10, 2013, 7:14 PM EDT) -- Three executives of a Florida mental health hospital on Tuesday were sentenced to a combined 52 years in prison for their roles in running a Medicare fraud and bribery scheme that fraudulently billed the government $70 million.

U.S. District Judge Jose E. Martinez sentenced Karen Kallen-Zury, 60, of Lighthouse Point, Fla., to 25 years in prison, Daisy Miller, 44, of Hollywood, Fla., to 15 years, and Christian Coloma, 50, of Miami Beach, Fla., to 12 years for their roles in the fraudulent billings scheme run out...
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