Bradley Fly Sentenced for Violating the Anti-Kickback Statute

Bradley Fly Sentenced for Violating the Anti-Kickback Statute

20 Months in Prison for Memphis Area Man, Bradley Fly Offering Kickbacks
Sought TRICARE Beneficiaries to Receive Expensive Compounded Drugs

LITTLE ROCK (STL.News) United States District Judge Brian S. Miller sentenced Bradley Fly, 36, of Germantown, Tenn., to 20 months in federal prison for violating the Anti-Kickback Statute.  In July 2019, Fly pleaded guilty to offering two TRICARE beneficiaries money in exchange for signing up to receive expensive compounded drugs.

At sentencing, the United States introduced evidence that Fly bribed two people: his longtime friend (then a Marine reservist), plus an Army National Guardsman, whom Fly solicited while seated courtside at a Memphis Grizzlies game.  Fly then facilitated prescriptions for both men and their wives, for which TRICARE paid over $500,000, earning himself over $180,000 in commission.

Judge Miller heard testimony from the Marine reservist and from a Special Agent with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG) that the prescriptions were part of a larger network of prescription generation, including recruiters whom Fly paid for TRICARE beneficiary information and a group of doctors whom Fly used to sign prescriptions without consulting patients.

“There is no room for kickbacks in the healthcare marketplace,” said Acting United States Attorney Jonathan D.

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