Ambulance Company Manager Sentenced To Five Years for Role in Medicare Fraud Conspiracy
PHILADELPHIA - Mikhail Vasserman, 51, of Philadelphia, PA., was sentenced today to five years in prison for his role in a health care fraud scheme involving Penn Choice Ambulance Inc., operating from Huntingdon Valley, PA and Camp Hill, PA. Vasserman pleaded guilty on October 21, 2013 to conspiracy to commit health care fraud, false statements relating to health care matters, and paying kickbacks to patients, a total of 14 counts. Vasserman, who was the manager for Penn Choice's Huntingdon Valley base, was indicted with the company's owner Anna Mudrova, and operators Yury Gerasyuk, Irina Vasserman, Aleksandr Vasserman, Khusen Akhmedov, and Valeriy Davydchik, all of whom have pleaded guilty.
- Date:June 26, 2014
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
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