The attorney general’s office announced today another charge related to alleged fraud by a former employee of Preferred Family Healthcare, the former provider of services tied up in multiple criminal charges and investigations. This one was small change, relatively speaking.

Kandice Robinson, 33, of a mental health therapist, is accused of billing Medicaid for $4,950 for services not provided between Aug. 15 and Nov. 1, 2017. She’s been charged with a felony count of Medicaid fraud. The attorney general’s Medicaid fraud divison has picked up a continuing investigation of a federal probe that has already led to federal convictions and additional charges. Here are some of the most notable, with other charges pending in state court.


According to online records, a warrant in the case was issued in November and she was arraigned Dec. 18. Today’s news release didn’t explain why the charge was announced today.