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Florida Statutes § 817.50

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“Fraudulently obtaining goods, services, etc., from a health care provider under the crimes law”

An individual who fraudulently obtains goods, products, or services from a health care provider is guilty of a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree. If he or she gave a health care provider a false name or address or invalid health insurance information, then these acts prima facie evidence of his or her intent to defraud the health care provider.

Current as of June 2015