A person may not knowingly and willfully obtain, attempt to obtain, or aid another individual in obtaining or attempting to obtain a drug product or medical care, the payment of all or a part of which is or may be made from federal or State funds under a State health plan, by:
(1) fraud, deceit, false representation, or concealment;
(2) counterfeiting or alteration of a medical assistance prescription or a pharmacy assistance prescription distributed under a State health plan;
(3) concealment of a material fact; or
(4) using a false name or a false address.
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