A former assistant dean of medical affairs and chairman of the ophthalmology department of Temple University’s School of Medicine will serve seven years in prison for his involvement in a $1.8-million fraudulent-billing scheme. Dr. Joseph J. Kubacki basically billed insurers for patients he hadn’t actually seen. Apparently, that’s frowned upon in the medical community. Who knew?. [Daily News]
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