Vermont Oral Surgeon Accused of 23 Counts of Medicaid Fraud Pleads Not Guilty
Dr. Gray was accused of billing Medicaid for anesthesia and tooth removal procedures he never provided after misdiagnosing patients with dental cysts they didn't have, according to the report.
Read the NECN news report about Dr. Peter Gray's not guilty plea.
Read other coverage about physician fraud:
- Florida Physician and Nurse's Sentences for Medicare Fraud Upheld by Federal Appeals Court
- Indiana Otolaryngologist Could Serve 4 Years in Prison for Healthcare Fraud
- New York Psychologist and Wife Sentenced for Medicaid Fraud
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