David Song Sen Cui is wanted for his alleged involvement in a scheme to defraud Medicare. From approximately November of 2008 through August of 2011, Cui operated the "Atlanta Hope Medical Group, Inc.," a clinic located in Doraville, Georgia. The clinic purported to provide physical therapy services for elderly patients. However, the clinic actually offered massage services, which were performed by unlicensed massage therapists. Cui would allegedly bill the massages fraudulently to Medicare as "physical therapy" under a doctor's name who did not provide the services and was not even present at the clinic. As part of the scheme, Atlanta Hope employed a doctor who was present at the clinic only two days a week. It is alleged that, during the operation of the clinic, Cui fraudulently billed over $5.5 million in false claims to Medicare. Cui was indicted by a federal grand jury on eleven counts of health care fraud and an arrest warrant was issued for Cui on January 18, 2012, by the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia.
Cui is thought to have fled to China.