Kentucky Psychiatrist Sentenced for Over Billing, Fraud

April 3, 2006

Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo announced that Dr. Arthur Daus, a psychiatrist who had been practicing in the Louisville area, has been sentenced in Jefferson Circuit Court for illegally over billing Medicaid and Medicare for multiple office visits even though patients made only single visits.

Daus, 71, received a sentence of one year, probated for a period of two years on the felony count of Devising or Engaging in a Scheme to Defraud the Kentucky Medicaid program, and 12 months probated for two years on the misdemeanor count of Theft by Deception for improperly obtaining funds from the federal Medicare program.

The case was handled by the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud & Abuse Control Division and the Kentucky Bureau of Investigation in cooperation with Special Agent Linda Carrithers with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Special Agent Mark Bartley with Health and Human Services.

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  • April 4, 2006 at 3:27 am
    Kudos Iain! says:
    When I took psychology courses in college in the early '70\'s our professors told us that psychology is not a science. What happened since then to convince anyone that this ha... read more
  • April 4, 2006 at 3:15 am
    exadjuster says:
    Your\'e right! Dr. Daus should have his head examnined!
  • April 4, 2006 at 10:50 am
    Iain Cochran says:
    Well, not a surprise really. Thier entire profession is a fraud based on opinion, not science at all. They are swimdling governments all over the planet. Hopefully thier actua... read more
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