August 28, 2017 / 10:02 PM / in a year

Ex-Florida clinic executive pleads guilty to altering records

By Nate Raymond A former executive at a Florida-based pediatric behavioral clinic has pleaded guilty to altering patient files in response to a federal audit related to its claims for reimbursement from the military healthcare program Tricare.

John Walcutt, the former managing member of Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics, pleaded guilty on Thursday in federal court in Jacksonville, Florida to one count of making a false statement relating to healthcare matters, court records showed.

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