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Phone alert at night Defendants allegedly paid doctors to prescribe durable medical equipment for patients they had never seen and may not even had spoken to on the phone. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Twenty-four individuals, including the CEOs, COOs and others associated with five telemedicine companies, the owners of dozens of durable medical equipment (DME) companies and three licensed medical professionals, were charged by the Department of Justice in health care fraud schemes that involved more than $1.2 billion in losses.

Marlene Satter

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