Former President and CEO of Georgia's Archbold Medical Center Indicted on Six Counts of Medicaid Fraud

Ken Beverly, former president and CEO of Archbold Medical Center in Thomasville, Ga., has been accused of falsifying documents to the Georgia Department of Community Health in order to pocket $9 million in Medicaid funds that were not rightfully due, according to a WALB news report.

According to the 20-page indictment against Mr. Beverly, the former hospital executive also pressured former chief financial officer William Sellers to help him falsify the information.

Mr. Beverly maintains his innocence. His trial is set to begin Nov. 29, according to a WCTV report.

Read the WCTV news report about Ken Beverly's alleged Medicaid fraud.

Read other coverage about hospital fraud:

- Cincinnati's Christ Hospital Enters Corporate Integrity Agreement to Keep Medicare Status

- Federal Court Denies South Carolina's Tuomey Hospital's Appeal in Medicare Fraud Case

- 12 Lawsuits & Investigations Recently Settled by Hospitals

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