Oklahoma doctor to pay $84,666 in alleged kickback scheme


February 20, 2019

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Federal prosecutors in Tulsa say a physician will pay the government nearly $85,000 to settle allegations he was involved in an illegal kickback scheme.

U.S. Attorney Trent Shores said Tuesday 42-year-old Dr. Brandon Claflin, an osteopathic physician, had entered into a civil settlement agreement with the government to recoup costs that resulted from the alleged kickbacks.

Shores says the settlement resulted from an investigation into health care providers who wrote prescriptions for pain creams compounded and sold by OK Compounding.

Prosecutors say that beginning in 2...

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