Archive for September, 2003

 

Pharmacy closes in Medicaid billing dispute

The Associated Press on Sept. 27, 2003, at 12 a.m.
OAKLAND, Maine — A pharmacist accused of Medicaid overbilling and poor record-keeping closed the doors to his business Friday after failing to resolve a lengthy dispute with the state. Robert Nutting, a three-term state representative from Oakland and the owner of True’s Pharmacy, shut the business for good after 33 …

DHS chief orders negotiation in pharmacy case

The Associated Press on Sept. 22, 2003, at 12 a.m.
AUGUSTA, Maine — The head of Maine’s Department of Human Services has issued a formal decision in part of the department’s billing dispute with True’s Pharmacy of Oakland, asserting that the business owned by state Rep. Robert Nutting owes DHS at least $637,477.34. At issue is the sale of incontinency …

Lawmakers appeal to Baldacci to settle Nutting Medicaid case

The Associated Press on Sept. 05, 2003, at 12 a.m.
AUGUSTA, Maine — Five Republican legislators told Gov. John Baldacci on Wednesday that the state should consider a settlement in its case against Robert Nutting, a fellow GOP lawmaker whose pharmacy’s Medicaid payments have been called into question. The central Maine lawmakers said in a letter to the Democratic governor …
 
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