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Miami-Dade county billing agent convicted of Medicaid fraud

State Rep. Daphne Campbell, D-Miami. 
Florida's crackdown on healthcare fraud continues as the Attorney General's Office of Statewide Prosecution prosecuted Gregory Campbell, a Miami-Dade County billing agent, for defrauding Florida’s Medicaid program out of nearly $300,000. Campbell is the son of A son of state Rep. Daphne Campbell, D-Miami. 
Campbell billed the Medicaid program for services never rendered. He was convicted by a jury on one count of organized fraud and one count of Medicaid fraud, both first-degree felonies. He was also convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit Medicaid fraud, a second-degree felony. He faces up to 45 years in prison and fines and restitution.

Campbell conspired with Percival Wignall and Enid Salmon in the illegal billing scheme at three adult family homes: Denian Adult Family Care Home, D & E Home Care Facility, and Sunnyman Retirement Home.

Percival Wignall pled guilty on related charges, and there is a fugitive warrant out for the arrest of Enid Salmon. Read more.

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