A.G. Schneiderman Announces A Larceny Plea By A Rochester Man For Billing Medicaid For Aide Services Not Provided To A Medicaid Recipient
ROCHESTER - Attorney General Eric Schneiderman today announced that 39 year-old Charles Herring pled guilty to grand larceny for his role in falsifying time sheets and billing Maxim Health Care and ultimately, the NYS Medicaid program, for home health aide services that were never actually provided. Herring's criminal conduct caused Maxim Health Care to bill Medicaid for home health aide services that were not performed.
- Date:November 18, 2016
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- State Enforcement Agencies