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Federal Health Fraud Case Against Barrows Postponed to February

Federal Health Fraud Case Against Barrows Postponed to February
Drs. Robert and Angela Barrow practice at this office in west Little Rock. | (Photo by Jason Burt)

If you've wondered what's happening in the case of the Little Rock husband-and-wife physician team who were charged with health insurance fraud in excess of $1.2 million, well, here's your answer: Their trial has been postponed.
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The ultimately fatal financial troubles at Crittenden Regional Hospital in West Memphis might have started three years ago, according to a federal lawsuit filed last month against the hospital's former directors.
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The Arkansas Department of Human Service says nearly 205,000 people have enrolled in the state's Medicaid expansion program that extends health care coverage to low-income residents.
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