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Three southern California hospitals have been accused of rounding up homeless people on Skid Row, faking medical illnesses and collecting payments from  Medicare  and  Medi-Cal.

Local Hospitals Raided In Medicare Fraud Investigation

Three southern California hospitals have been accused of rounding up homeless people on Skid Row, faking medical illnesses and collecting payments from Medicare and Medi-Cal.

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