QUOTED. 21 April 2021. Nicholas McQuaid.
A recruiter of patients got 10 years in prison for his role in a scheme to convince seniors to get unneeded and expensive genetic tests. Nicholas McQuaid, acting assistant attorney general of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, discussed the case.
“The department will continue working with our law enforcement partners to bring to justice those who seek to use new technologies to plunder our government health care programs.” – Nicholas McQuaid, acting assistant attorney general, Criminal Division, US Department of Justice
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