Doctor suspected of fraud

July 18th, 2013

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Copenhagen Police are investigating a doctor who they say billed the capital region for medical consultations that never happened. The cops have contacted 78 patients, 40 of whom said that they never had an appointment with the suspected physician. It's thought that the doctor may have billed for as much as 70,000 kroner worth of bogus consultations. One patient said that he discovered that the doctor had written 15 prescriptions in the patient’s name for morphine. The patient did not need and did not receive the drug. – Politiken


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