Michigan Man Sentenced to Prison For
Troy Mitchell McCormick, 51, of Commerce Township, Michigan, was sentenced yesterday to serve 46 months in prison, announced Jack Smith, Acting United States Attorney for the administration of this case. U.S. District Court Judge Marvin E. Aspen also sentenced McCormick to serve 3 years of supervised release and to pay restitution of $107,586.
In March 2016 McCormick pleaded guilty to mail fraud and wire fraud. These charges arose from his conduct while employed as a sales representative and vice president for Emdeon, a Nashville, Tenn. based company that provided services to hospitals and health systems. McCormick admitted that he fraudulently fabricated contracts between his employer and certain customers, including a non-profit hospital, a non-profit hospital system, and the University of Michigan, and that he forged signatures on these contracts. As a result of McCormick’s forged contracts, these customers were billed inflated amounts, and McCormick received $107,586 in additional incentive compensation.
This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Cecil W. VanDevender and William F. Abely.