NJ: Owner of DME company pleads guilty to role in fraudulent Medicare billing scheme

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Albert Davydov, one of several defendants charged in April 2019 in a sprawling federal indictment involving fraudulently billing Medicare for orthotic braces, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to violate the Anti-Kickback Statute. The U.S. Attorney’s Office issued a press release announcing the plea.

The case, U.S. v. Williamsky, et al., 2:19-cr-00247, was brought in the District of New Jersey and charged four defendants with multiple charges related to the fraudulent Medicare-billing scheme. Like many such cases, the telemedicine aspect arose from doctors signing orders for medically unnecessary or kickback-tainted braces and other durable medical equipment (DME) via telemedicine consultations. The other defendants, Neil Williamsky, Nadia Levit, and David Rae had previously pleaded guilty. Rae received a time-served sentence, while the other defendants await sentencing. Further details about the charges and case are available in the Case Tracker.

Ty Howard

Ty Howard

Ty Howard is an attorney specializing in internal investigations, government enforcement, and white-collar criminal defense. A former federal and state prosecutor, Ty focuses his practice on helping businesses and individuals in highly regulated industries navigate government investigations, civil and criminal litigation, and compliance issues.

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