In a counterclaim filed in federal court in Kansas City, Kan., Sunflower State Health Plan and its parent company, Centene Corp., alleges the plaintiff, a former executive, demanded $3 million from the company in return for not reporting it to the Kansas attorney general’s Medicaid fraud unit. Jacqueline Leary’s attorney calls the extortion allegation “the most ludicrous thing ever.”
In a counterclaim filed in federal court in Kansas City, Kan., Sunflower State Health Plan and its parent company, Centene Corp., alleges the plaintiff, a former executive, demanded $3 million from the company in return for not reporting it to the Kansas attorney general’s Medicaid fraud unit. Jacqueline Leary’s attorney calls the extortion allegation “the most ludicrous thing ever.” KENT D. JOHNSON
In a counterclaim filed in federal court in Kansas City, Kan., Sunflower State Health Plan and its parent company, Centene Corp., alleges the plaintiff, a former executive, demanded $3 million from the company in return for not reporting it to the Kansas attorney general’s Medicaid fraud unit. Jacqueline Leary’s attorney calls the extortion allegation “the most ludicrous thing ever.” KENT D. JOHNSON

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