"The nation's Medicaid program is rife with stories of fraud and abuse, but nothing quite tops the scam Dr. Surinder Singh Panshi ran from New York. For two years during the 1980s, he purchased blood from addicts, then falsely charged the state for thousands of blood tests that had never been ordered, referred or authorized. By the time he was caught and convicted, Panshi had stolen more than $3.6 million from the state's Medicaid program."
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