Helen ‘bought’ patients?

According to a story in the NY Post Helen Sieger allegedly paid a hospital social worker for patients;

A Bronx nursing home allegedly paid a hospital social worker to steer elderly patients its way, The Post has learned.

Ex-Kingsbridge Care Center CEO Helen Sieger gave New York Presbyterian’s Frank Rivera nearly $20,000, Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said.

Sieger, 55, allegedly paid $300 per referral and a $1,000 bonus for every 10, and improperly billed Medicaid $1.25 million. She and Kingsbridge are charged with grand larceny.

You can read the original story here: Nursing-home patient ‘buy’

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2 responses to “Helen ‘bought’ patients?”

  1. Karen

    Oh my goodness ………..

  2. FORMER FIPNA PRESIDENT

    WHAT A SURPRISE… I WONDER IF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE HAS CHECKED ANY OF THE OTHER HOSPITALS THAT PATIENTS WERE REFERRED FROM???..I BET YOU THIS IS ONLY THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG…..HELLen IS GOING AWAY FOR A LONG, LONG TIME…..

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