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(KSL News) A judge sentenced a Bountiful pharmacist to one year in prison for health care fraud. Prosecutors say James Ammon submitted more than 700 false claims to insurers.
Ammon concealed the scheme by manipulating data input into the pharmacy's billing computer software.
He also was ordered to pay more than $100,000 in restitution and investigative costs.