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HealthSouth Corp.

Headquarters : 1 HealthSouth Pkwy. Birmingham, AL 35243 United States of America United States of America web tel. 205-967-7116 stock : HRC analytics


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Jobs -2% /1998 Fraud 12 Sales 4 Bn $.€ /year Wage 9271 *min.
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2006HealthSouth is the largest provider of inpatient rehabilitation services in the United States.CNN
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year name
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2003Atkins, Betsy
See the photo of: Atkins, Betsy Director;
2002Owens, William
See the photo of: Owens, William Chief Executive Officer;
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1998Scrushy, Richard M
See the photo of: Scrushy, Richard M Chief Executive Officer; salary: 106,8 million US$;
1998Smith, Weston
See the photo of: Smith, Weston Chief Financial Officer;
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yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2007 HealthSouth Corp. and two physicians have agreed to pay $14.9 million to settle allegations the company submitted false claims to the government and paid illegal kickbacks to physicians who referred patients for care to its hospitals, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and ambulatory surgery centers. The HealthSouth settlement also resolves allegations that the company paid kickbacks to, and entered into improper financial relationships with, other physicians, including a group in Los Angeles, in an apparent attempt to induce the referral of patients.     CNN
2007 Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy got nearly seven years Thursday in a bribery and corruption case that the judge said damaged public trust in state government. Siegelman, 61, and Scrushy, 54, were convicted last year of bribery, conspiracy and mail fraud. The government accused Siegelman of naming Scrushy to a hospital regulatory board in exchange for $500,000 in donations to Siegelman's 1999 campaign for a state lottery for education.Siegelman was fined $50,000 due immediately and ordered to pay $181,325 in restitution to a state agency where prosecutors said kickbacks were made. He is to perform 500 hours of community service when his sentence of seven years, four months is completed. Siegelman also was convicted of obstruction of justice for trying to hide money given by a lobbyist for a motorcycle. Scrushy was fined $150,000 due immediately, plus ordered to pay restitution of $267,000 to United Way of Central Alabama. He also was ordered to perform 500 hours of community service after serving six years and 10 months in prison.     AP
2007 HealthSouth founder Richard Scrushy has agreed to pay the Securities and Exchange Commission $81 million to settle the $2.6 billion financial fraud scandal. HealthSouth overstated its revenue by more than $2.6 billion from the second quarter of 1996 through the third quarter of 2002. Scrushy is permanently barred from serving as an officer or director of a public company.     Birmingham Post
2006     AFP
2005 A federal grand jury indicts HealthSouth Corp. founder Richard Scrushy of paying $500,000 in bribes to Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman from 1999 to 2003.     Bloomberg
2005 Accusé de complicité de fraude comptable, Will Hicks, l'ex-coresponsable des investissements d'Healthsouth, a été condamné à deux ans de mise à l'épreuve et trois mois de résidence surveillée.     Les Echos
2005 A federal judge sentenced a former HealthSouth Corp. executive to probation and a $500 fine Wednesday for lying about a scheme to pay a $1 million bribe in return for a $50 million deal to run a hospital linked to Saudi Arabia's royal fami     AP
2004 HealthSouth Corp. has agreed to pay $325 million to settle charges it overbilled the government's Medicare program     Bloomberg
2003 Accused by the US government of overstating earnings by $2.5 billion since 1994. Settled SEC charges for $100 million.     Globe & Mail
2002   4,31-0,27   billion US$
2002 "HealthSouth executives [allegedly] used fraud to cheat Medicare of tens of millions of dollars or more".     Reuters
2002 Healthsouth 50 million US$ loan to executive to purchase company shares     Reuters
2002 Allegedly inflated profits by $1.4 billion since 1999 and assets by $800 million.     Reuters
2002 SEC probe of stock trades by company insiders.     Wall Street Journal
2001   4,380,2   billion US$
1999   70million sharesSmartMoney
1998   1,6million sharesSmartMoney
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2006In June 2006, Scrushy was convicted in Montgomery's U.S. District Court of bribing former Gov. Don Siegelman for a spot on the state's Certificate of Need board, which oversees hospital expansions. He faces up to 30 years in prison and is awaiting sentencing. : translateAFP
2004Two former executives of HealthSouth Corp pleaded guilty to criminal charges in a kickback scheme to gain a hospital contract in Saudi Arabia. : translateReuters
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