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Dike Ajiri, the former CEO of the Chicago-based Mobile Doctors, admitted in a plea deal that he fraudulently ran up Medicare bills by manipulating patient files to collect the maximum amount of money from the system. Ajiri’s actions cost Medicare and the Railroad Retirement Board a total of $1,854,000, the Justice Department announced.

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