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Members of Kaiser Permanente’s health care network defrauded Medicare out of about $1 billion by altering patient medical records to add diagnoses after the fact that either didn’t exist or were unrelated to patient visits, the Department of Justice is alleging, according to Bloomberg Law. In a complaint filed Oct. 25, the DOJ said Oakland, California-based Kaiser mined the medical files of Medicare Advantage patients for.