Ultrasound Co. Owner Pleads Guilty In $29M Insurance Scam

Law360, Chicago (June 21, 2016, 3:36 PM EDT) -- The owner of a mobile diagnostic ultrasound company pled guilty to her role in a nearly $29 million insurance fraud scheme Tuesday, admitting that she altered information about services provided to get reimbursements and gave kickbacks to doctors who referred her patients.

Michelle Kobran, 68, pled guilty to one count of health care fraud in a wide-ranging scheme centered around a chiropractic and physical therapy center in Wheeling, Illinois. Appearing in a Chicago courtroom Tuesday, Kobran told the judge she was guilty of falsifying medical bills to get reimbursements from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, Aetna Health Insurance and several other...

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