Three charged in US for multi-million laundering operation; health care fraudsters urged patients to accept unnecessary cancer screenings - AML Intelligence
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Three charged in US for multi-million laundering operation; health care fraudsters urged patients to accept unnecessary cancer screenings

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

US authorities have charged three men in connection with a massive healthcare fraud and money laundering scheme that is estimated to have cost the American government millions.

The three – Christian McKeon (35) and Athanasios Ziros (42) and Gregory Orr (64) – attempted to scam as much as $47M in public funds by referring patients to cancer genetic tests that were never necessary.

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