A Ripley doctor is being accused of improperly billing medicaid for a joint pain relief drug he never gave patients.
A ripley doctor is being accused of improperly billing medicaid for a joint pain relief drug he never gave patients.
According to court records, doctor christopher j cummins, owner of magnolia state family medicine was paid nearly 84 thousand dollars for supposedly using the drug áhi - al - gin to treat knee pain in his patients between 2010 and 2017.
U.s, attorneys say cummins was actually using a compounded drug being marketed as hi- al-gin and he never told his patients they were not receiving the actual brand name.
The request for reimbursement and damages by the government comes because cummins turned in paper work saying he had used the actual drug and not a compounded version of