Former Tenet Senior Exec Charged With Medicaid Fraud
John Holland, 60, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in a Miami federal court to four counts of fraud. He is charged with allegedly having a role in a $400 million kickback scheme.
Former Tenet Vice President Faces Prison Time For Role In $400 Million Scheme
A former Tenet Healthcare executive is the first executive of the Dallas-based hospital chain to be charged for an alleged role in defrauding Medicaid through a $400 million kickback scheme. John Holland, 60, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in a Miami federal court to four counts of fraud. Holland was senior vice president of operations for Tenet's southern states between 2006 and 2013, when federal prosecutors say Tenet paid $12 million in kickbacks to Clinica de la Mama. (2/1)
Ex-Tenet Healthcare Executive Accused By U.S. Of Fraud
A former senior executive of Tenet Healthcare Corp has been indicted on charges that he participated in a scheme to pay bribes for patient referrals, enabling the U.S. hospital chain to fraudulently bill state Medicaid programs for $400 million. (Raymond, 2/1)
Former Tenet Exec Charged In Miami With Paying Bribes And Bilking Medicaid Of Millions
A former executive with the giant Tenet hospital chain has been charged in Miami with paying bribes to a clinic for patient referrals in a scheme to bill hundreds of millions of dollars to the U.S. government. John Holland, a former senior vice president for Tenet Healthcare Corp., is also accused of misleading federal authorities about the company’s amends for unlawful billing practices dating back more than a decade. (Weaver, 2/1)