NEWTON (AP) — A March trial has been scheduled for a man accused of killing an acquaintance in central Iowa's Jasper County.
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Drs. John P. Couch and Xiulu RuanPractice: Physicians Pain Specialists of AlabamaSpecialty: Interventional pain managementOpioid prescriptions paid by Medicare 2013-2015: 75,190Costs to Medicare: $15.9 million Discipline: federal convictions and medical-license revocationsSentence: 20 and 21 years in prison, respectively
MOBILE, AL (RNN) - Tamisan Witherspoon lost her marriage, her home and her health while two Alabama pain doctors amassed a fortune at her expense.
LEWISBURG, TN (RNN) - Shortly after Dr. Mark A. Murphy, a top opioid prescriber in the U.S., started practicing here three days a week last year, the clinic owners asked a police detective to meet for dinner.
Dr. Morris BrownPractice: Dayton Primary and Urgent Care, OhioSpecialty: Family practiceOpioid prescriptions paid by Medicare 2013-2015: 17,197Costs to Medicare: $1,472,685Discipline: Investigated by the Ohio medical boardStatus of medical license: Surrendered
Dr. Mahmood Ahmad?Practice:?United Pain Care in Arkansas, Alaska, Australia, United Arab Emirates (Dubai)?Specialties: anesthesiology and pain managementOpioid prescriptions paid by Medicare 2013-2015: 15,083Costs to Medicare: $8.3 millionDiscipline: medical license revoked in Alaska and Arkansas
Dr. Raymond KraynakPractice: Keystone Family Medicine Associates, Mount Carmel and Shamokin, PASpecialty: Osteopathic medicineOpioid prescriptions paid by Medicare 2013-2015: 13,285Costs to Medicare: $945,705Discipline: Indicted by a federal grand jury and medical-license suspension
Dr. Howard DiamondPractice: Diamondback Pain & Wellness Clinic, Paris and Sherman, TXSpecialty: Physical medicine and rehabilitationOpioid prescriptions paid by Medicare 2013-2015: 34,369Costs to Medicare: $5.4 millionDiscipline: federal indictment and medical-license revocationSentence: pending
(CNN) – California’s insurance commissioner is asking patients to step forward if they feel they were wronged by Aetna after the company’s former medical director said under oath he never looked at patients’ records before approving or denying care.