Dr. Michael Bahrami, second from right, celebrates with his wife, Mahsa, and his defense attorneys, Lauren Doyle and David O. Markus, after the cardiologist was acquitted Wednesday of receiving kickbacks for patient referrals to home healthcare agencies that bilked the Medicare program.
Dr. Michael Bahrami, second from right, celebrates with his wife, Mahsa, and his defense attorneys, Lauren Doyle and David O. Markus, after the cardiologist was acquitted Wednesday of receiving kickbacks for patient referrals to home healthcare agencies that bilked the Medicare program. Handout
Dr. Michael Bahrami, second from right, celebrates with his wife, Mahsa, and his defense attorneys, Lauren Doyle and David O. Markus, after the cardiologist was acquitted Wednesday of receiving kickbacks for patient referrals to home healthcare agencies that bilked the Medicare program. Handout

Miami cardiologist acquitted in $57 million Medicare fraud case

January 19, 2017 12:26 PM

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