Maryland Physician Agrees To Pay $450K To Settle Allegations Of Improper Medicaid Billing


Federal prosecutors filed a civil complaint against a Frederick County physician, who they say billed Medicaid for routine doctor’s visits at a higher level than provided from January 2007 through February 2014.


Maryland Doctor Pays $450K To Settle Medicaid Allegations

Officials say Dr. Sabiha Mohiuddin received higher reimbursement for each submitted false billing record. To resolve the allegations, Mohiuddin paid $450,000 to the State of Maryland, without admitting liability.

“We are happy to bring home a settlement and send a message to doctors and providers out there that we are watching your billing practice and we want to make sure that you are not falsely submitting claims to the Medicaid program,” said Deputy Director of the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Jennifer Forsythe.

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