Attorney General James Announces Conviction Of "Three-Quarter House" Director Charged With Defrauding Medicaid Through A Kickback Scheme
NEW YORK, NY -Attorney General Letitia James announced the conviction of Robert H. Corrado, 57 and Interline Employee Assistance Program, Inc. (Interline) for engaging in a systematic kickback scheme and violating patients' rights. In 2017, the Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit ("MFCU") secured an indictment and filed several civil causes of action against Robert Corrado, Kristina Corrado, and Interline seeking to recover monies improperly obtained as a result of their criminal conduct. Since 2015, MFCU's "three-quarter house" investigations have brought down three groups of fraudulent housing and treatment providers, including Narco Freedom, the Baumblit Group, and Interline.
- Date:January 8, 2019
- Agency:New York Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies