Ex-NY Pol, Doctors Charged In Medicare 'Pill Mill' Scheme

Law360, New York (April 7, 2017, 9:59 PM EDT) -- Thirteen individuals — including a former New York assemblyman — have been charged with carrying out a multimillion-dollar “pill mill” scheme that pushed 6.3 million painkillers to the black market and bilked Medicare and Medicaid with false reimbursement requests, New York City prosecutors and the Drug Enforcement Administration announced Friday.

The "pill mills" included three Brooklyn clinics, two operated by Dr.Lazar Feygin and one operated by his former employee Dr. Paul McClung. Not only did they prescribe drugs without a legitimate medical purpose, but they ordered...
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