Bombshell Broward Health Non-Agenda Item stinks of insider Double Dealing

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis2 Comments

At Wednesday’s Broward Health Board Meeting (May 27/2015), it was announced that  corporate counsel Sam Goren, named partner of the highly respected governmental law firm of Goren, Cherof, Doody & Ezrol, P.A., , had given notice that he would resign as Broward Health’s corporate counsel.  No reason was given for this sudden resignation but it appeared to have been seemingly orchestrated …

Just say No – How Not to Cancel a Meeting – Part 3

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis4 Comments

In “Just say No – How Not to Cancel a Meeting – Part 1” you learned that there were a number of initiatives underway to improve Broward Health’s services at the time David DiPietro, the Board Chair, seemingly orchestrated the ouster of Frank Nask followed by DiPietro’s apparently predetermined CEO choice and his wife’s fellow medical board member, Dr. Nabil El Sanadi …

Has the Office of Inspector General seen Dr. El Sanadi’s CEO Contract with Broward Health?

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis6 Comments

“Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” – Sir Walter Scott According to the Broward Health’s contract with Dr. El Sanadi as CEO, Broward Health recognizes him administratively as CEO, as a physician who works in the Emergency Room (4 hours per week), and as a Medical Director for the Cities of Fort Lauderdale, …

The Best Broward Health CEO contract politics can buy!

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis8 Comments

There is little doubt that Dr. Nabil El Sanadi is as ambitious as any Wall Street wolf.  Taking the political route for career advancement, it is believed that Dr. Nabil El Sanadi and his wife Lori have given tens of thousands of dollars in contributions to secure his very lucrative political appointments as “Medical Director” to Broward Sheriff’s Office, the …

Broward Health March Board meeting, was I at the right meeting?

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis2 Comments

As is my practice, I attended the Broward Health Board meeting yesterday, and, except for a predictable push back and sad ad hominem attack on this successful blog through a weak attempt at character assassination, apparently orchestrated by Chairman David Di Pietro through John Degroot,  the meeting was remarkably professional and well run. Absent from the meeting were the smug …

BrwdHealth Blog hits 125,000 page views in record 13 days!

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis1 Comment

According to Google Analytic’s, this BrwdHealth Blog has had over 128,114 page views, from 63,000 sessions, and 58,396 users within the first 13 days of being live. (Notice the big spike down – the server was updated to better handle the web traffic and was temporarily down for maintenance.) Coming soon (the titles may and probably will change..): Strategic Planning, …

Board of Commissioners Rubber Stamp Shady Deals at Meeting – Very Tacky.

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content, Physician Contracts by Dan Lewis3 Comments

Dateline:              February 25th, 2015 4:00pm Broward Health North Conference Center In Pompano Beach Florida, a windowless conference room decorated with chandeliers made out of tinsel, about 85 highly paid staffers, a few vendor representatives and as many as 3 people purportedly representing the public assembled for February’s public meeting of the Florida’s Broward Health Board of Commissioners.  On the dais …

Broward Health – Deja Vu, all over again!

In Broward Health, Corporate Management, Original Content by Dan Lewis2 Comments

Historically, Florida’s Broward Health was used a cash register for the politically connected where everything from lucrative land deals, insider supply & service procurement’s, to outrageous physician contracts given to cliques of gate-keeping physicians were the rule and not the exception for our public hospital.   Typified by a revolving door of politically appointed CEO’s more interested in their next position …