Pain Clinic CEO Implicated in Medicaid Fraud Conspiracy

The former CEO of the recently shuttered Brentwood-based pain clinic company Comprehensive Pain Specialists (CPS) is accused of plotting to forge the signature of a dead patient so Medicaid could be billed in her name, The Tennessean reports. Former CPS CEO John Davis allegedly emailed about the forgery with an accomplice, Brenda Montgomery, as part of an illegal kickback scheme. Prosecutors have said that Davis’ prosecution has little to do with the direct operations of CPS and are primarily related to a “side agreement” he had with Montgomery, who was the head of a medical device company named CCC Medical Inc. Davis’ attorney has filed a motion for relief regarding the emails in question.

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