State yanks PFH funds

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The Arkansas Department of Human Services and the Office of Medicaid Inspector General suspended Medicaid payments to one of the state's largest behavioral health providers Friday, June 29, hours after the arrest of a former executive vice president. The Arkansas Department of Human Services and the Office of Medicaid Inspector General suspended Medicaid payments to one of the state's largest behavioral health providers Friday, June 29, hours after the arrest of a former executive vice president. Preferred Family Healthcare, a nonprofit based in Springfield, Mo., that employs some 4,000 people at 47 locations across Arkansas, said it would appeal the state's decision. Robin Raveendran, 62, was charged June 28 with...

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State yanks PFH funds

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