Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Migrant Workers

Posted By on Tue, Nov 27, 2007 at 9:57 AM

The Hartford Courant reports today that Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal will argue that Haven Healthcare, which is in bankruptcy proceedings, "improperly diverted funds from their troubled nursing home chain" to Nashville record company Category 5, the label that Haven CEO Raymond Termini started in 2005.

Haven reportedly also sent workers on its payroll to Nashville to work on renovating the label's offices. Additionally, the Courant reports that "at least three Haven managers spent much of the last 18 months working in top jobs at Category 5 Records."


"The co-mingling of staff and expenses [between Haven and the record company] raises red flags, particularly when Medicaid or Medicare funds are involved," Blumenthal said. "If assets of a health care corporation have been wasted or squandered, it certainly is of interest to my office and our investigation of potential fraud."


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