by | last updated on January 10, 2016

CHICAGO (August 27) — DIKE AJIRI, 42, of Wilmette, CEO of Mobile Doctors, a Chicago-based business which manages physicians who make house calls in six states, and BANIO KOROMA, 63, of Tinley Park, a physician one of its physicians in Chicago were arrested on Medicare fraud charges. The charges allege a scheme to fraudulently increase (also known as “upcoding”) Medicare bills for in-home patient visits that Mobile Doctors falsely claimed were more extensive and lasted longer than they did. The charges also allege that Mobile Doctors’ physicians falsely certified that patients were confined to their homes, paving the way for home health care agencies to seek Medicare reimbursement for fees for additional services for patients who were not qualified to receive them.
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