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Doctor Charged in Compounding Kickback Scheme

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 | 648 | 0 | 13 min read

An Alabama doctor is the latest person charged in a long-running compound medicine and kickback scheme, federal prosecutors said. Dr. Michelle Martine Jackson, 53, who worked at two clinics in south Alabama, conspired with a large compounding pharmacy in the state to provide medically unnecessary prescriptions and defraud pharmacy benefits managers and insurers, according to the indictment, handed down last week. The $3 million alleged fraud worked like this, prosecutors said: In 2014, a Russellville pharmacy and a medical equipment supplier formed Global Compounding Pharmacy, which cal...

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