ANCHORAGE — An Anchorage psychiatrist is accused of billing Medicaid more than $300,000 for services authorities said were never provided.
Shubhranjan Ghosh, 39, is charged by the state with medical assistance fraud, scheme to defraud and evidence tampering, the Anchorage Daily News reported. Ghosh is the founder and sole practitioner at Ghosh Psychiatric Services.
He was arrested Tuesday. His arrest comes after a string of unrelated charges connected to Medicaid in what the state calls a continuing crackdown on billing fraud.