Adult Daycare Director Charged With Submitting Fraudulent Medicare Claims
Arthur Jordan was director of Adult Care Solutions in Spanish Lake.
A director of a North County adult daycare was charged with submitting fraudulent Missouri Medicaid claims totaling $13,724.
Arthur Jordan, 51, of the 1800 block of Kilmory Drive in St. Louis County north of Florissant, was charged Wednesday with six counts of violations involving health-care payments by the Missouri Attorney General’s Office. Jordan was director of Adult Care Solutions at 12444 Lusher Road in Spanish Lake.
According to a Missouri Department of Social Services report, Jordan submitted claims that indicated he provided services to clients when the clients did not receive services. The report indicated the clients were in school or working during the time periods indicated on the claims from Adult Care Solutions.
The fraudulent claims were submitted between August 2010 and August 2011, according to the report.
Jordan told the Department of Social Services he used attendance records to submit the reports, but sometimes he went by memory.
Jordan is on probation after being found guilty of an unlawful use of a weapon charge in 2011. He was placed on three years probation.
Bail was set at $25,000 for Jordan.
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