Four more people were sentenced Tuesday for their roles in a scheme involving the impersonation of Cerner employees.
Four more people were sentenced Tuesday for their roles in a scheme involving the impersonation of Cerner employees.
Four more people were sentenced Tuesday for their roles in a scheme involving the impersonation of Cerner employees.

More sentences issued in $19 million fraud scheme impersonating employees of Cerner

April 25, 2017 3:54 PM

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