A person may not:
(1) knowingly and willfully defraud or attempt to defraud a State health plan in connection with the delivery of or payment for a health care service;
(2) knowingly and willfully obtain or attempt to obtain by means of a false representation money, property, or any thing of value in connection with the delivery of or payment for a health care service that wholly or partly is reimbursed by or is a required benefit of a State health plan;
(3) knowingly and willfully defraud or attempt to defraud a State health plan of the right to honest services; or
(4) with the intent to defraud make a false representation relating to a health care service or a State health plan.
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