Utah businessman accused of falsely billing Medicare $20M is indicted

Jacob Kilgore, the former owner of a Utah-based medical equipment business, was indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly faking documents over a five-year period to qualify patients for power wheelchairs, and then billing Medicare $20 million for the wheelchairs. Three of Kilgore's former employees have already been charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud, entered guilty pleas and are waiting to be sentenced.

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