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

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“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, …

Embattled Broward Health paid law firm $10.2 million; Tab included a lawyer’s M&Ms

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Florida Bulldog has a great article published today; Embattled Broward Health paid law firm $10.2 million; Tab included a lawyer’s M&Ms  (click for the full story!!) written by Dan Christensen.  It’s a must read! Here’s the first paragraph… “Taxpayer-supported Broward Health has paid $10.2 million so far for legal advice about how to deal with an ongoing federal investigation into allegations …

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!

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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 …