State Error Sends 12,000 Medicare-Ineligibility LettersAbout 12,000 people in Michigan received letters erroneously stating they would no longer receive state assistance to pay certain Medicare costs.
Will Dr. Farid Fata's Victims Ever Collect Restitution? Insurers, Medicare To Unfairly Be Paid First, Says Attorney"This is just like going to the movies where somebody jumps in front of you."
Metro Detroit Doctor Gets 7 Years In Prison For Selling Prescription Drugs To Street DealersA Warren doctor has been sentenced to 84 months in prison for illegally writing prescriptions for oxycodone and other medications.
Disgraced Cancer Doc Farid Fata Faces Sentencing; Prosecutors Seeking 175 Years In PrisonFata has the opportunity on Friday to speak to the judge and address his victims.
16 In Michigan, Including 6 Doctors, Charged In Nationwide Medicare Fraud BustThe largest case in Michigan involved two physicians and three owners of hospice and home health care companies.
'Solutions For Family Caregiver Expo' Aims To Help Those Who Help OthersA recent study finds that while many caregivers believe taking care of a loved one at home has provided more meaning in their life, a majority often feel alone, exhausted, frustrated and overwhelmed.
3 Convicted Of $29M Medicare Fraud In DetroitA federal jury in Detroit has convicted the operator of an adult day care center and two home health care company owners in a $29 million Medicare fraud conspiracy.
Cancer Doc Wants Feds To Keep Hands Off EmailThe government says Fata used a Hotmail account to execute his alleged crimes, including inquiring about a $3 million castle in Lebanon, his native country.
Officials Want Obesity To Be Recognized As DiseaseOfficials warn that half of the state's residents could be obese by 2030.
Cancer Doc Wants Fraud Trial Moved From Detroit AreaAttorneys for Dr. Farid Fata say publicity about the case has poisoned the jury pool.
Jailed Cancer Doctor's Personal Items, Medical Equipment Up For Bids"Basically they gave us free rein to take whatever was of any value ..."
HAP Looks To Ease Questions For Seniors Surrounding Medicare And New Health Care LawHAP vice-president of Medicare programs, Karen Wintringham says health reform did not reduce Medicare benefits.