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Ex-hospital CEO convicted of Medicaid fraud to fund $6M parachute

Ex-hospital CEO convicted of Medicaid fraud to fund $6M parachute
December 9, 2010 --

Former Thomasville hospital CEO Ken Beverly was convicted of Medicaid fraud on Wednesday, two years after he cashed out with a $6.3 million retirement package. The feds charged Beverly and the hospital’s ex-CFO fabricated records so Archbold could collect more Medicaid money. In doing so, a federal prosecutor said, large pensions were “first and foremost on their minds.”

Milton Little Jr., United Way of Metro Atlanta CEO: $435,962

Milton Little Jr., United Way of Metro Atlanta CEO: $435,962
October 6, 2009 --

The United Way would not disclose CEO Milton Little‘s salary when the AJC wrote about compensation for his predecessor, Mark O’Connell, in 2007. Now the organization has filed tax forms reporting Little’s 2008 compensation as nearly $436,000, including benefits and $77,000 in expenses.