A person is guilty of health care fraud in the fourth degree when such person, on
one or more occasions, commits the crime of health care fraud in the fifth degree
and the payment or portion of the payment wrongfully received, as the case may be,
from a single health plan, in a period of not more than one year, exceeds three thousand
dollars in the aggregate.
Health care fraud in the fourth degree is a class E felony.
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