How will a large reorganization in financial recommendation impact you

December 30, 2012

By Stephen Womack. Financial Mail On Sunday PUBLISHED: 17:18 EST, 29 Dec 2012 | UPDATED: 17:18 EST, 29 Dec 2012 Tomorrow outlines a biggest change for roughly a decade in a approach that financial recommendation is given. The aim is to make advisers some-more veteran and banish commissions that could change a recommendations they make. […]

B'klyn dentist pleads guilty to bilking Medicaid out of $700G by regulating homeless people

August 15, 2012

This dentist was some-more curved than a teeth he was ostensible to fix. A divergent Brooklyn dentist who used homeless people to rascal Medicaid and state taxes out of roughly $700,000 faces adult to 3 years in jail after pleading guilty to rascal today, authorities said. Lawrence Bruckner, 62, paid recruiters to move vagrants to […]

Southington dentist indicted of bootleg billing practices

May 27, 2012

Staff Report HARTFORD — A Winsted dentist and his Southington-based use are being asked to repay a state for allegedly violating a state Unfair Trade Practices Act by illegally billing a Connecticut Medical Assistance Program from Apr 2002 by Oct 2009. According to a censure from Attorney General George Jepsen, Douglas J. Macko, D.M.D., and […]

Dentist with Southington bureau indicted of bootleg billing practices

May 27, 2012

Staff Report HARTFORD — A Winsted dentist and his Southington-based use are being asked to repay a state for allegedly violating a state Unfair Trade Practices Act by illegally billing a Connecticut Medical Assistance Program from Apr 2002 by Oct 2009. According to a censure from Attorney General George Jepsen, Douglas J. Macko, D.M.D., and […]

Attorney General seeks compensation from Southington dentist for bootleg billing

May 26, 2012

SOUTHINGTON —A dentist with internal offices is indicted of allegedly violating a Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act by illegally billing a Connecticut Medical Assistance Program for 7 years, according to a matter from Attorney General George Jepsen. The state Department of Social Services consummated a provider agreement for Douglas J. Macko and dangling him from […]

Attorney General Seeks Restitution From Winsted Dentist

May 26, 2012

News Published: Thursday, May 24, 2012 <!– [component:byline] –> Editor’s Note: The following is a press recover released Thursday afternoon by a bureau of Attorney General George Jepsen. HARTFORD – Attorney General George JepsenArticle source: http://www.countytimes.com/articles/2012/05/24/news/doc4fbe935c99be6565833675.txt

Dental Abuse Seen Driven by Private Equity Investments

May 17, 2012

Enlarge image Dental Care for 4-Year-Olds Brings Woes for Private Equity Article source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-17/dental-abuse-seen-driven-by-private-equity-investments.html

Dentist who used paper clips gets year in jail

February 1, 2012

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — A former Massachusetts dentist was condemned Monday to one year in jail for regulating paper clips instead of stainless steel posts in base canals. Dr. Michael Clair pleaded guilty progressing this month to a list of charges, including attack and battery, defrauding Medicaid of $130,000, illegally prescribing drugs and declare […]

Ex-Fall River dentist who used paper clips in dental work to offer 1 year behind bars

January 31, 2012

By Alli Knothe and Colin A. Young, Globe Correspondents Former Fall River dentist Michael J. Clair was condemned currently to dual and a half years in a Bristol County House of Correction after he pleaded guilty to charges stemming from his use of paper clips rather than immaculate steel posts during base canals, according to […]

Dentist Who Used Paper Clips Gets Year

January 31, 2012

A former Massachusetts dentist was condemned Monday to one year in jail for regulating paper clips instead of immaculate steel posts in base canals. Dr. Michael Clair pleaded guilty progressing this month to a list of charges, including attack and battery, defrauding Medicaid of $130,000, illegally prescribing drugs and declare intimidation. Prosecutors pronounced Clair infrequently […]