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disciplinary actions & professional misconduct
A podiatrist from Illinois pleaded guilty Friday to bilking Medicare out of thousands of dollars over the past decade by writing bills for medical procedures not performed. The podiatrist's attorney Ron Hamm contends the amount is less than $20,000, however the government...
An Ohio podiatrist pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal charge of conspiring to distribute oxycodone. Dr. Mark Stieby, 37, faces up to 20 years in prison when U.S. District Judge Danny Reeves sentences him on July 14 in Covington. Dr. Stieby admitted to writing prescriptions for oxycodone to...
A disciplinary action is violation of the podiatrist's ethical code of conduct. The professional ethical code governs professional conduct for those within the organization in order to provide guidelines and/or rules by which the podiatrist is expected to...
A podiatrist from Olympia Fields sexually assaulted a 75-year-old woman during a medical exam then told her he'd done her "a favor," a judge heard in court this week. Dr. Anthony Overton, 63, claims he was following normal procedures for a foot doctor when he touched the woman's breasts and...
A Long Island podiatrist was arrested and charged with bilking federal and state healthcare programs by billing them for treatments on patients who had died. Dr. Alan Cantor was arraigned Wednesday on charges including grand larceny and scheming to defraud. Bail was set at $3,000 bond or $1,500...