Ex-Hospital CEO Gets 2 Years For Scamming Medicaid Funds

Law360, New York (June 29, 2012, 6:07 PM ET) -- A Georgia federal judge on Thursday sentenced a former hospital CEO to two years in prison for running a records falsification scheme that led to his hospital fraudulently receiving more than $4 million in additional Medicaid funds.

U.S. District Judge W. Louis Sands also sentenced Kenneth B. Beverly, 66, to three years of supervised release following his prison term and fined him $50,000.

A federal jury convicted Beverly in December 2010 of one count of conspiracy to falsify records, two counts each of falsification of records...
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