Wyoming psychologist plans rigorous defense against charges
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Wyoming psychologist plans rigorous defense against charges

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POWELL — A Wyoming psychologist accused of submitting about $6.8 million in fraudulent health care bills says he plans to plead not guilty at his next court hearing Tuesday.

Gibson Condie of Powell said that he'll put up a rigorous and truthful defense in federal court in Cheyenne.

Condie is free on his own recognizance.

The U.S. Attorney's Office for Wyoming announced Wednesday that a federal grand jury indicted Condie on 234 counts of health care fraud.

According to the indictment, between June 2012 and February 2016, Condie submitted fraudulent bills for mental health services to Wyoming Medicaid through his business Big Horn Basin Mental Health Group.

Among other things, the indictment accuses Condie of overbilling Medicaid for clinical assessments and billing for services that Medicaid didn't cover.

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