The United States Procurator and Attorney General Andy F. Gregory of the West District of Texas today announced Dr. Clark Adonis, Penelope Adonis, Raiden Audrey “Sean,” Accutrack Medical Benefits Company, LLC and Texas Integrated Doctors Association, P.A. Charging $4.5 million to fix claims that, by the Medicare, Medicaid and other government insurance services, they defrauded the USA and the State of Texas. “suppliers that charge their pockets for medical treatment through over-billing raise the insurance expense on all of us and divert vital funding from Medicaid and other public service programs,” the United States of America added, Gregory’s counsel. “The government should seek to keep responsible service staff who damage our healthcare program by over-charging them fraudulently.”
Moises Zaiden lodged a qui tam lawsuit in the United States on 10 November 2013. The Western trial court of Texas charged that Dr. Clark Adonis, Penelope Adonis, Raiden Audrey “Sean,” Accutrack Medical Claims Company, LLC, Texas Integrated Medicines Party, P.A, were both employees of the District Court. Double-checked and over-checked state-sponsored infusion medication Remicade (Infliximab) distributed in one-use packets.
The Relator claimed that Remicade had been recycled by the community out of partly used vials of other cases, which contributed to double charging and that Remicade had not been utilized or diluted. In fact, the lawsuit claimed that the Company had paid for illicit, prescribed medicines purchased from Canada and other international countries.
A comprehensive investigation into these claims has been conducted by several federal agencies, including the Government Bureau of Inquiry, the Office of the U.S. Deputy Attorney General’s Office of Health and Social Resources, the Department of Defense Office of Healthcare, and the Texas Medicare Scam Handling Units. Depending on the outcome of the investigation, the plaintiffs illegally seized the federal United States and the city of Texas to recover any of the federal and state government funds they sought.
The case, originally from the United States, Moises Zaiden, v. Clark Adonis, M.D., et al., Civ. A. No. No. S.A.:13-CA-0992XR has been introduced in compliance with the qui tam or insider clauses of the False Claims Act enabling private citizens to sue and seek a share in the compensation over fraud allegations against the U.S. Because the U.S. has done with this situation, the Act requires the U.S. to interfere with these cases.
The charges against the offender were purely allegations; no-fault was established. The Justice Department was served by the Federal State of civil rights law, Prosecutor Susan Strawn (formerly deputy United States attorneys for western Texas), and the United States prosecutor And Judicial Adjunct Damon R. Zachariah.
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