Failure to Appear (Health Care Fraud)
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||July 21, 1959
|Place of Birth
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Daniel Guzman is wanted for his alleged involvement in a health care fraud scheme that cost Medicaid millions of dollars. Guzman allegedly conspired with others in a scheme to defraud Medicaid by fraudulently obtaining reimbursements from the Medicaid program for prescription drugs that were not dispensed. Guzman worked in a pharmacy in the Washington Heights area of the Borough of Manhattan in New York City wherein he received prescriptions from Medicaid beneficiaries and then submitted phony reimbursement claims to the Medicaid program requesting reimbursement for the full value of the prescription drugs.
On August 13, 2008, Guzman was arrested pursuant to a federal arrest warrant issued by the Southern District of New York and released on bond. Subsequently, Guzman failed to appear for a court date and a federal arrest warrant was issued by the Southern District of New York on January 16, 2009. Guzman was charged with failure to appear.