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Alleged Fraud At Drug Treatment Clinics May Harm Patients

Second in a two-part series.

BOSTON — The criminal investigation of insurance fraud by a Brookline doctor has caused the collapse of his statewide chain of drug treatment clinics.

Many of those patients were dependent on a newly approved, anti-addiction drug called Vivitrol. Since the clinics were the prime supplier of the drug, professionals are warning of a potential spike in overdoses and relapses.

‘A Big Mistake’

Maybe this was “just a big mistake,” as the defense attorney for Dr. Punyamurtula Kishore plead before the court last week. His client was charged with Medicaid fraud.

“Big” is certainly the right adjective for Kishore’s story.

“It’s just mind-blowing,” said Joe Desroches, who worked in Kishore’s Weymouth clinic. “This is why I don’t understand why he had to double-dip and kickback and all that stuff: We were making him enough money. Just between us and Woburn alone, he was making a million and a half a year, legally — legal money, a million and a half a year — just between our two offices. Never mind the other 25 that he had.”

Starved of state reimbursements, Kishore started closing clinics without notice over the summer.

Joanne Carviello, a technician at Kishore’s Woburn clinic until it was shuttered, said the clinic was often busy.

“You know it’s a huge company, we’ve got tons of patients, it’s a big place, it’s a lot of offices,” Carviello said.

Carviello should have been talking in the past tense, as Kishore’s climb skyward had hit a snag. It was a big ladder, with lots of entities and associations he had formed along the way.

It turns out Kishore is also the president and founder of the American College of Addiction Medicine, in Brookline, and he founded the National Library of Addictions in Brookline Village.

But the attorney general says that library was used to pay kickbacks to the director of a sober house in return for sending urine samples for screening.

“That was the majority of our work,” Carviello said.

Sixty percent of the income to Kishore’s chain of clinics came from drug testing, she said. And most of that came from “all the urine [samples] that we did for all of the sober houses,” Carviello said.

The “sober houses,” otherwise known as halfway houses, were testing residents to make sure they were clean of drugs.

A Fraud Investigation

According to the attorney general, Dr. Kishore paid $2,500 a month to the president of the Fresh Start Recovery Coalition, a Malden company that ran “sober houses” across the state. In return, the company’s president, Damion Smith, allegedly sent residents to Kishore for drug testing. The purported scheme involved $597,000 in claims billed to MassHealth, the state’s Medicaid program. The attorney general calls it fraud.

Each drug screen cost $100 to 200. Carviello, who did the testing for Kishore, says the president of those halfway houses was “testing crazy — five or six times a week.”

That was crazy, Carviello and her co-workers thought, because opiates remain in the body for three to four days. Even ordering three tests a week should have been too much.

Kishore never received a state license from the Department of Public Health to run addiction treatment programs.

“You’re not going to learn anything new on Tuesday that you didn’t know on Monday,” Carviello said, “unless they used that very night before. And if they did, there’s no sense testing on Wednesday because it’s still in your system.”

Others, too, question the need for so many tests. Joanne Peterson runs Learn To Cope, a support group for families of drug addicts on the South Shore. She says she became suspicious the first time she heard Dr. Kishore pitching his treatment plans to parents.

“People would say … ‘What do we do? How do we afford it?’ ” Peterson said. “He was like, ‘Have them come see me, I can get anyone on MassHealth — anyone. Don’t worry about it.’ And I was like ‘Oh my God. Red flag.’ ”

That was 2004.

By June of this year, MassHealth began withholding reimbursements for Kishore’s chain of clinics — a criminal investigation had begun. At the Woburn office, supervisors told the staffers it was merely an audit when they asked for 500 charts and lab work. But when she got the list of the names her supervisors needed to provide the state, Carviello saw the light.

“The top of the paper said ‘Subpoena,’ so, that wasn’t very bright,” Carviello said, laughing.

The joke turned out to be on both the employees and the patients.

Patients Without Clinics

Starved of the state reimbursements, Kishore started closing clinics without notice over the summer. At those that remained open, he stopped paying his employees. When he was arrested last week, the last of his clinics shut down, as did the supply of the anti-addiction drug Vivitrol.

So why, with a potential crisis on its hands and knowing Kishore’s clinics were collapsing, didn’t the state step in sooner to avert the coming crisis for addicts who were about to be cut off from treatment?

That was the question posed Monday to the state secretary of Health and Human Services, Dr. JudyAnn Bigby.

“I can’t comment because of the investigation of a fraud that’s going on and the other agencies that are involved in the investigation,” Bigby said.

If Bigby was suggesting the attorney general’s office was tying her hands, a spokesman for the attorney general had another position.

“We worked cooperatively with MassHealth,” the spokesman said, “to ensure they were aware of our investigation well in advance of last week’s legal action.”

The state says it’s trying to find and coordinate alternative treatment for Kishore’s patients. And, WBUR has learned that Dr. Kishore never got a state license from the state Department of Public Health to run addiction treatment programs.

Meanwhile, at Kishore’s businesses in Brookline Tuesday, eviction notices were posted on closed doors.

His lawyer didn’t return phone calls requesting comment and at his home, no one answered. The dry cleaning sat out front in stenciled packaging that read “We love our customers.”

Part One:

Alkermes maintains a database of treatment centers and physicians who have registered as providers who are willing to give treatment with Vivitrol. Individuals who need assistance in locating a health care provider who offers Vivitrol therapy can call 1-800-VIVITROL (1-800-848-4876).

According to the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services, PMA patients enrolled in MassHealth should contact MassHealth Customer Service at 1-800-841-2900 to locate a physician who participates in the MassHealth Primary Care Clinician Plan or one of its managed care organizations.

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    Punyamurtula S. Kishore, M.D., MPH, FASAM

    Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

    Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years.  He began his medical
    career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the
    Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the
    U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease. 

    Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement.  Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

    Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his ‘sobriety maintenance’ method.  This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.
     

    Kishore also administers “de-addiction” treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction.  Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

    In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts.  To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed
    to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchange ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

    He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a “Heroes Among Us” award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others.  Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation. 

    Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts.  Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University.  He holds his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State University.

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    Effects of Cyber Bullying
    November 18th, 2008 by admin

    Children learn from a young age how effective violence and intimidation can be from various media and entertainment outlets. Quirky cartoons portray a loveable character and his or her daily battles with a particular bully. Popular sitcoms and movies depict high school students who sing and dance to popular tunes, but also have to face intimidating bullies in and out of class. Although these characters overcome their plights, there is still a clear message that bullying is an effective way to upset another person and bring down their self-esteem.

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  • http://twitter.com/constancek67 Constance Kilsurmart

    MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE AKA PUNYAMURTULA KISHORE MD 2020 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION SPECIALIST (PENIS/DICK DOCTOR)@BROOKLINE VILLAGE,MA THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ADDICTIONS AND THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF ADDICTIONMEDICINE HAS NEVER EXISTED, EXCEPT ON PAPER , MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE AKA PUNYAMURTULA KISHORE AND LIL DOG AKA CARL SMITH L..H.M.C.of NEW HORIZON HOUSR ARE CRIMINALS !!!!!!!!! I was in a AA meeting once and the speaker mentioned Dr Kishore, and the entire room erupted into laughter. I saw him back in the late 90s and he was a quack then. He was FAR from free. He had been fined years ago because when you sat in his waiting room (an hour was considered quick) he’d bill the insurance co’s for that time. Then once you saw him he’d tell you what a great guy he was for working with addicts. Ive been clean for over 10 years now and those professionals who really helped me were ones that didnt need to continiously pat themselves on the back. Addicts are a nightmare to work with, and I commend all those that put up with it all to help those in need. But theres no way you’re ever going to convince me Kishore was one of those people. This Fool Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD DOG was never licensed by Mass. Dept of Public Health to practice Addiction Medicine. Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD Dog Millionaire is a fraud , The American College of Addiction Medicine and the National Library of Addiction has never existed except on paper. Punyamurtula Kishore has been indicted by 3 Grand Juries for Medical Insurance Fraud , bribery and kickbacks. MAD DOG was involved in Corruption when he was the Medical Director at the Massachusetts Dept. of Correction , Martha Eliot Health Ctr , Roxbury Comprehensive Health Ctr. and his own Medical Practice , Preventive Medicine Associates.formerly Addiction Medicine Associates. He used two entities he created on paper that never existed called the National library of Addictions and the American College of Addiction Medicine to advocate his emergence in the field of addiction medicine. This unscrupulous MD used and exploited his patients and employees for financial wealth. The only thing that MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE aka Punyamurtula Kishore cared about was making money at the expense of human misery

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    Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

    Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years.  He began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

    Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement.  Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

    Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his ‘sobriety maintenance’ method.  This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.

    Kishore also administers “de-addiction” treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction.  Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

    In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts.  To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

    He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a “Heroes Among Us” award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others.  Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

    Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts.  Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University.  He holds his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State University.

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    Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

    Kishore has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years.  He began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

    Their philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program movement.  Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000 addicts.

    Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his ‘sobriety maintenance’ method.  This unique health model stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific medical conditions.

    Kishore also administers “de-addiction” treatment, a process that treats emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction.  Patients have access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own environments.

    In 1993, Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts.  To support work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.

    He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a “Heroes Among Us” award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of others.  Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

    Kishore served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts.  Currently, he serves as the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State University.  He holds his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State University.

  • Internet Vigilance

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    ARE PUNISHED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT:FBI INTERPOL ATTORNEY GENERAL DISTRICT
    ATTORNEY SUPREME COURTCIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION ABSOLUTE Yes

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    Punyamurtula Kishore
     

    Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and the National Library of Addiction.

    Kishore
    has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years.  He
    began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician
    and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.

    Their
    philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program
    movement.  Kishore has been a member of the American Society of
    Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000
    addicts.

    Dr. Kishore treats addicts
    with his ‘sobriety maintenance’ method.  This unique health model
    stresses the prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients
    with coping skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to
    specific medical conditions.

    Kishore
    also administers “de-addiction” treatment, a process that treats
    emotional addiction as well as the physical addiction.  Patients have
    access to home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option
    to in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while
    learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own
    environments.

    In 1993, Kishore founded
    National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts.  To support
    work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a
    non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and
    to further the development of treatment methodologies.

    He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a “Heroes Among Us”
    award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of
    others.  Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate
    Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.

    Kishore
    served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of
    Medicine at the University of Massachusetts.  Currently, he serves as
    the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State
    University.  He holds his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard
    School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction
    Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State University.

  • Massachusetts Model

    Punyamurtula S. Kishore is the founder of Preventive Medicine Associates, Addiction Medicine Associates, and National Library of Addiction.

    Kishore
    has been a practicing public health scientist for over 30 years.  He
    began his medical career as a primary care / family practice physician
    and then moved into a position as the Medical Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addictions, the first organization in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease.Their
    philosophy was an early precursor to the AA or 12-step program
    movement.  Kishore has been a member of the American Society of
    Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 200,000
    addicts.Dr. Kishore treats addicts with his
    ‘sobriety maintenance’ method.  This unique health model stresses the
    prescription of non-toxic substances, provides patients with coping
    skills they need to remain sober and tailors treatment to specific
    medical conditions.Kishore also
    administers “de-addiction” treatment, a process that treats emotional
    addiction as well as the physical addiction.  Patients have access to
    home detoxification, an inexpensive and more effective option to
    in-patient care which allows them to maintain their dignity while
    learning how to cope with the temptations found in their own
    environments.In 1993, Kishore founded
    National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts.  To support
    work in addictions treatment, the Library is designed to provide a
    non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchanges ideas and
    to further the development of treatment methodologies.He was honored by the Boston Celtics with a “Heroes Among Us”
    award, given to those who make a significant impact on the lives of
    others.  Kishore is also the recipient of a national Compassionate
    Caregiver Award, Honorable Mention, from the Schwartz Foundation.Kishore
    served as a faculty member of Harvard and as an Assistant Professor of
    Medicine at the University of Massachusetts.  Currently, he serves as
    the Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Fitchburg State
    University.  He holds his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Harvard
    School of Public Health, in addition to Certificates in Addiction
    Studies and Forensic Psychology from Bridgewater State University.

  • http://twitter.com/constancek67 Constance Kilsurmart

    PUNYAMURTULA KISHORE MD
    2020 AKA MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE GYNAECOLOGIST AND ERCTILE DYSFUNCTION
    SPECIALIST@BROOKLINE VILLAGE,

    MAD DOG HAS ADMITTED HIMSELF TO MCLEANS HOSPITAL
    IN BELMONT,MA FOR SEX ADDICTION AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION. UPON DICHARGE FROM
    MCLEANS HOSPITAL, MAD DOG WILL BE REFERRED AND ADMITTED TO A 45 DAY INPATIENT
    TREAMENT PROGRAM. UPON DISCHARGE , MAD DOG WILL BE BE COURT ORDERED BY THE COURT
    AND HIS PRE-TRIAL PROBATION OFFICER TO ATTEND SEX AND LOVE ADDICTIONS ANONYMOUS
    MEETINGGS, 1 ON 1 COUNSELING, PSYCHOTHERAPY GROUPS AND COMPLY WITH MEDICATION TX
    PLAN. NON COMPLIANCE WILL RESULT WITH REVOKE OF BAIL AND HE WILL BE HELD IN
    CONTEMPT OF THE COURT.

  • http://twitter.com/constancek67 Constance Kilsurmart

    Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka Mad Dog Millionaire has been suspended effective immediately from several Boston and greater Boston Hospitals for sexual misconduct with male patients,check MA registry of Med. for order. On July 31, 2012 Mad Dog admitted himself to Mcleans Hospital in Belmont ,MA for sex addiction and erectile dysfunction.(HIS PENIS IS IS ALWAYS HARD) Upon discharge from Mcleans MAD DOG will be referred and admitted to a 45 day residential inpatient treatment program. Upon discharge from residential progrm , MAD DOG will be ordered by the court and his pretrial probation officer to attend SEX and Love Addictions Anonymous , 1 on 1 counseling, pyschotherapy groups and complete compliance with medication treatment plan. He must also register as a Level 1 sex offender

  • Olivia Sanchez

    30 years of CORRUPTION , LIES, CHEATING AND STEALING is Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka Mad Dog Millionaire s trademark. He was involved in Corruption when he was the Medical Director at the Massachusetts Dept. of Correction , Martha Eliot Health Ctr , Roxbury Comprehensive Health Ctr. and his possess Medical Practice , Preventive Medicine Associates.formerly Addiction Medicine Associates. He used two entities he created on paper that never existed called the National library of Addictions and the American College of Addiction Medicine to advocate his emergence in the field of addiction medicine. This unscrupulous MD used and exploited his patients and employees for financial wealth. The only thing that MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE aka Punyamurtula Kishore cared about was making money at the expense of someone elses misery

  • Olivia Sanchez

    HIS HOME DETOX PROTOCOL HAS CAUSED A LOT OF PEOPLE TO RELAPSE AND DIE. HE IS A QUACK IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD. HE WAS NOT LICENSED TO PRACTICE ADDICTION MEDICINE BY THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH.

    A quack is someone who falsely claims medical knowledge and/or uses unproven and unscientific remedies. It is derived from the Dutch “quacksalver” meaning a person who cures with home remedies.

    Unproven, usually ineffective, and sometimes dangerous medicines and treatments have been peddled throughout human history. Theatrical performances were sometimes given to enhance the credibility of purported medicines. Grandiose claims were made for what could be humble materials indeed: for example, in the mid-19th century Revalenta Arabica was advertised as having extraordinary restorative virtues as an empirical diet for invali…ds; despite its impressive name and many glowing testimonials it was in truth only ordinary lentil flour, sold to the gullible at many times the true cost.

    Is there a American College of Addiction Medicine and a National Library of Addictions.

    Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka MAD Dog Millionaire is a fraud , The American College of Addiction Medicine and the National Library of Addiction has never existed except on paper. Punyamurtula Kishore has been indicted by 3 Grand Juries for Medical Insurance Fraud , bribery and giving out and receiving kickbacks.

    MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE aka PUNYAMURTULA KISHORE HAS BEEN INDICTED BY 3 DIFFERENT GRAND JURYS , SUFFOLK COUNTY, MIDDLESEX COUNTY AND BARNSTABLE COUNTY FOR MEDICAL INSURANCE FRAUD. CORRUPTION , LYING , CHEATING , and STEALING from Mass Health , Medicare , Medicaid and private insurance companies.

    Exploiting his emoloyees and patients. Billing insurance companies without examining or seeing the patients. 30 years of CORRUPTION , LIES, CHEATING AND STEALING is Punyamurtula Kishore MD aka Mad Dog Millionaire’s trademark.

    He was involved in Corruption when he was the Medical Director at the Massachusetts Dept. of Correction , Martha Eliot Health Ctr , Roxbury Comprehensive Health Ctr. and his possess Medical Practice , Preventive Medicine Associates.formerly Addiction Medicine Associates.

    He used two entities he created on paper that never existed called the National library of Addictions and the American College of Addiction Medicine to advocate his emergence in the field of addiction medicine. This unscrupulous MD used and exploited his patients and employees for financial wealth. The only thing that MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE aka Punyamurtula Kishore cared about was making money at the expense of human misery.

  • Olivia Sanchez

    MAD DOG MILLIONAIRE AKA PUNYAMURTULA KISHORE MD 2020 ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION SPECIALIST (PENIS/DICK DOCTOR)@BROOKLINE VILLAGE MA

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