Medicare crime doesn’t pay. On Wednesday the Justice Department charged 91 doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals in a crackdown on a Medicare fraud that spanned eight cities nationwide. The scheme racked up $295 million in fake bills. The crimes committed range from laundering funds to defrauding the program by violating anti-kickback statutes. "From Brooklyn to Miami to Los Angeles, the defendants allegedly treated the Medicare program like a personal piggy bank," the head of the Justice Department’s criminal division said in a press conference.