A health care aide from Camdenton avoids jail time but not a guilty plea to Medicaid fraud. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s office and the Camden County Prosecutor’s office led the joint investigation. In it, it was determined that 52-year-old Lisa Long fraudulently billed Medicaid for over $950 in personal care attendant services in 2013 that were not provided because the recipient was in jail. The case was referred to authorities by the Missouri Medicaid Audit and Compliance Unit. As part of the deal, Long pleaded guilty to a Class-C felony and made a $3-thousand payment for restitution, court costs and damages. Long also pays more than $5-thousand in other damages and penalties.