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Illinois hospice company owner charged with fraud

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CHICAGO — An owner of a major Illinois hospice-care provider encouraged subordinates to extend end-of-life care to patients who weren't actually terminally ill and to fraudulently switch to categories of care that would generate far higher Medicare and Medicaid payments, according to federal charges announced on Monday. Seth Gillman, 45 and part owner of Lisle-based Passages Hospice, LLC,...

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