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Omaha Woman Sentenced in Health Care Fraud Case

Zenia Miller was sentenced to one year and one day imprisonment, three years of supervised release and ordered to pay $294,263.00 in restitution following her conviction for health care fraud.

Zenia Miller owned and operated Home Care Services, Inc, which provided Personal Assistance Services to Nebraska Medicaid recipients. Home Care Services, Inc. also had an agreement with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to provide Chore services to low income recipients.

Between at least February 2012 and September 2014, Miller routinely inflated or caused the inflation of monthly claims submitted to Nebraska Medicaid and DHHS for reimbursement. Hours were added so that each recipient appeared to have received the maximum number of hours of service authorized for them.