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Caregiver Convicted For Falsely Obtaining Money

December 06, 2013

Office Affiliation: The Office of Investigations

State of Vermont

Office of the Attorney General

December 4, 2013 - A home-health care worker, Candice Swan, of Middlebury, Vermont, pled guilty yesterday, in Windsor Superior Court, to six misdemeanor counts of False Pretenses. According to court documents, Ms. Swan falsified timesheets in order to obtain payment for services that were not provided under a Vermont Medicaid program.

Ms. Swan was sentenced to two-and-one-half to six years, all suspended, and placed on probation with conditions including that she not work as a care provider or serve as the employer-of-record under any Medicaid waiver program for a period of five years. Ms. Swan was also ordered to pay $6,206 in restitution to Vermont Medicaid.

 The investigation and prosecution of this matter was handled by the Medicaid Fraud and Residential Abuse Unit within the Vermont Attorney General’s Office, with assistance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, and from the Social Security Administration.State of Vermont

Office of the Attorney General

December 4, 2013 - A home-health care worker, Candice Swan, of Middlebury, Vermont, pled guilty yesterday, in Windsor Superior Court, to six misdemeanor counts of False Pretenses. According to court documents, Ms. Swan falsified timesheets in order to obtain payment for services that were not provided under a Vermont Medicaid program.

Ms. Swan was sentenced to two-and-one-half to six years, all suspended, and placed on probation with conditions including that she not work as a care provider or serve as the employer-of-record under any Medicaid waiver program for a period of five years. Ms. Swan was also ordered to pay $6,206 in restitution to Vermont Medicaid.

 The investigation and prosecution of this matter was handled by the Medicaid Fraud and Residential Abuse Unit within the Vermont Attorney General’s Office, with assistance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, and from the Social Security Administration.

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