Owner of Several Detroit Area Adult Day Care Centers Pleads Guilty for Role in a $13.2 Million Psychotherapy Fraud Scheme
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Detroit Area Adult Day Care Center Owner Pleads Guilty for Her Role in a $10 Million Psychotherapy Fraud Scheme
A Detroit-area adult day care center owner pleaded guilty this week for her role in a $10 million psychotherapy fraud scheme, announced the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services (HHS) and the FBI.
Detroit-area resident Louisa Thompson pleaded guilty Wednesday for her role in a $16 million fraud scheme, announced the Department of Justice, the FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
22 Detroit-area Residents Charged for Their Roles in Psychotherapy, Home Health Care, And Infusion Therapy Schemes to Submit More Than $58m in False Billing to Medicare
Twenty-two Detroit-area residents were charged Wednesday for their roles in psychotherapy, home health care, and infusion therapy schemes to submit more than $58 million in false billing to Medicare, announced the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services.
Women recently diagnosed with breast cancer have higher survival rates than those diagnosed in previous decades, according to the American Cancer Society. However, survivors continue to face health challenges after their treatments end. Previous research reports as many as 50 percent of breast cancer survivors are depressed
Think of a dependent person, and you think of someone who’s needy, high-maintenance, and passive. That’s how many psychologists and therapists think of them, too; passivity is key. But dependency is actually more complex and can even have active, positive aspects, writes Robert Bornstein of Adelphi University, the author of a new article published in Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
Music therapy provided by trained music therapists may help to improve movement in stroke patients, according to a new Cochrane Systematic Review. A few small trials also suggest a wider role for music in recovery from brain injury.