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Former Parkland hospital employee admits stealing patient information to market his home health care business

2014/11/25

Dallas Morning News - (Texas) A former patient registration specialist at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas pleaded guilty November 25 to stealing the personal information of more than 3,000 patients to drum up business for his personal health care company, Dallas Home Health Care. His employees cold-called seniors for extraneous service and billed Medicaid and Medicare for the services, while bribing patients to stay on as clients.

Source: http://crimeblog.dallasnews.com/2014/11/former-parkland-hospital-employee-admits-stealing-patient-information-to-market-his-home-health-care-business.html/

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