Clinician Group Boise Idaho Review

This is a shameful extorsion of the ACA’s (Affordable Care Act) attempt to provide mental evaluations for the good of our citizens. This programs was designed to provide awareness to various patients that are experiencing PTSD, BiPolar, Depressions and Anxiety. There are curently numerous representatives of this company that have yet to be paid for the commissions associated with the sale of iPads or the commissions on test ran by Physicians, Medical Facilities and Hospitals. These tests are directly related to private pay insurances companies, Medicare and Medicaid. I was delayed in receiving commissions for over 3 months. The president of this company and his wife Julieanne Youssef who lives in Laguna Beach, CA while her husband lives in Ohio have set up a complex scheme to continue to attract potential new representatives by increasing commissions on iPads from $100 to $125 to $200 currently to $225. If this sounds suspect, please take my word that it is. This is the same two owners that is directly responsible for Advantage RX Please note that the address of BOTH COMPANIES ARE THE SAME. The practices of this company are in direct violation of the Stark Laws and the Anti-Kick Back Laws. Because this business model is in direct violation any and all complaints should also be reported to the OIG (Office of Inspector General) at

3240 Levis Commons Blvd Perrysburg, Ohio USA


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