February 12, 2021
Kenneth Nash was sentenced Wednesday to 63 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Nash has also been ordered to pay $755,628.52 in restitution.
In October 2020, Nash pleaded guilty to fraud, admitting that his company, Universal Home Health Care, submitted claims totaling more than $750,000 when no physician had approved the services. His employees instead forged signatures at Nash’s direction.
Investigators also found that the health company billed Medicare for unnecessary service, including for patients who were not homebound.
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