Licensed Therapist Indicted for Allegedly Billing Medicaid for Non-Existent and Incomplete Child Counseling Sessions
TRENTON - Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor (OIFP) announced that a licensed professional counselor who worked with children with autism was indicted today on more than 40 criminal counts related to her alleged submission of reimbursement claims to Medicaid for in-home counseling and therapy services she did not provide.
- Date:September 29, 2015
- Agency:New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety
- State Enforcement Agencies