A home healthcare industry employee involved in a multi-million dollar fraud case was sentenced Wednesday by a federal judge to four years of probation, including six months of home detention, and was ordered to pay more than $94,000 in restitution to Pennsylvania’s Medicaid program.

During her plea hearing in January, Terry Dean admitted to submitting fraudulent claims for services that were never provided, fabricating timesheets to reflect the provision of in-home personal assistant services care that were never provided, submitting Medicaid claims in the name of “ghost” employees and paying kickbacks to consumers in exchange for their cooperation in the billing scheme. In total, Dean admitted to causing more than $150,000 in losses to the Pennsylvania Medicaid program.

Twelve defendants to date have pleaded guilty for their roles in the conspiracy, according to the Department of Justice.