Chicago doc sentenced to prison in Medicaid drug kickback scheme
A Chicago psychiatrist who was once the biggest prescriber in the country of the antipsychotic drug clozapine to Medicaid recipients was sentenced to nine months in federal prison Friday for accepting kickbacks in exchange for prescribing the…
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