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U.S. Seeks Repayment of $3.5M Bilked From Work Comp Program

Friday, December 1, 2017 | 333 | 0 | 0 min read

In a civil lawsuit filed in Texas federal court Wednesday, the U.S. government seeks repayment of the $3.5 million it paid to two pharmacists who solicited prescriptions from injured government employees through a kickback scheme. Brian Haney and Kevin Gray admitted to paying Garry Craighead, an Austin chiropractor, to refer injured government workers to their pharmacies. Craighead was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison last year after admitting to accepting $17 million in kickbacks to refer federal workers’ compensation patients, mostly postal workers, to pharmacies, hospital...

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