Wilmington doctor indicted on insurance fraud and identity theft charges

Esteban Parra reports:

A Wilmington psychiatrist – a former Delaware Medical Board officer – has been indicted on charges he submitted more than $100,000 in insurance claims over a two-year period for visits that did not occur.

To facilitate this fraud, Dr. Karl McIntosh used his patients’ personal identifying information without their consent, according to the state Department of Insurance’s fraud unit. At least four of the 11 people whose identities were stolen by 53-year-old McIntosh were minors, court documents show.

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