Owner of Union County Home Health Aide Agency Charged With Billing Medicaid & Veterans Affairs More Than $100,000 for Services That Were Not Provided
TRENTON - Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that the owner of a Union County home health aide agency has been charged in a 30-count indictment for allegedly billing Medicaid and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs more than $100,000 for services never rendered. Laurie Provost, 54, of Sea Girt, was indicted yesterday (May 14) on 23 counts of second-degree health care claims fraud, and one count each of second- and third-degree theft by deception, third-degree Medicaid fraud, third-degree health care claims fraud, fourth-degree forgery, and two counts of fourth-degree falsifying or tampering with records.
- Date:May 15, 2014
- Agency:New Jersey Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies