Table of Contents:
- FFS Welcome Letter to Terry Schell by Joe Dickerson, CFE, CFI
- “Home Health Care Schemes” Article by Joe Dickerson, CFE, CFI
- Cajun Jambalaya Recipe
- “We Need Each Other” Short Story
- Buy “Diagnostic & Prescriptive Judgment Enforcement” Book By International Best Seller Author, Joe Dickerson, CFE,
- “What Clients Say” About Financial Forensic Services
FFS is pleased to welcome Terry Schell to our new Houston, TX office!
We are thrilled to have Terry Schell join us in the key position as Director of Business Development for Financial Forensic Services, LLC, said Joe H. Dickerson, CFE, CFI, Chief Executive Officer of the Colorado based forensic research and consulting judgment enforcement firm. With over 60 years of relevant experience, Terry brings exceptional expertise and wisdom which will make a direct contribution to the firm’s continued domestic and international growth.
Terry was then brought to Tulsa, OK to manage the new Four Theatre and Arts Complex where he quickly became known as a true gentleman with unequaled tenacity and professionalism. He was known for the outstanding success of the heavy scheduled local and touring productions of Broadway shows, orchestras and dance performances.
In 1981, he then became President of Ticketmaster in Houston, the largest computerized ticketing operation in the World. There he was bonded for $35,000,000.00 annually, covering the amount of ticket sales for which he was chiefly responsible.
Terry then learned and quickly mastered new IRS regulations concerning Cost Segregation, allowing him to move into the private sector where he consulted with commercial building owner clients across the USA, saving them hundreds of millions of dollars in tax liabilities.
Mr. Schell retired from the corporate world in 2008 and has operated his own real estate investment projects for nearly 40 years, investing in real estate. He is also working in the Secondary Market of the Financial Industry by Brokering Promissory Notes backed by real estate in the single family, commercial and raw land niches all over the U.S.A.
Married to Diane for 52 years, they have a son and four grandchildren. Both Terry and Diane are active in their respective careers and have no intention of slowing down any time soon.
My wife Barbara Dickerson, CFO and our entire staff at Financial Forensic Services, LLC join me in welcoming Terry to our business family. We all look forward to working with him in the coming years to better serve all of our current and future clients.
Joe H. Dickerson, CFE, CFI
Chief Executive Officer
Financial Forensic Services, LLC
HOME HEALTH CARE SCHEMES
By: Joe Dickerson, CFE, CFI
A former director of nursing pleaded guilty in connection with a health care fraud scheme involving Anna Nursing Services Corp., a defunct home health care company in Miami.
Armando Buchillon, 42, of Hialeah, Florida, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joan A. Lenard in the Southern District of Florida to one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud.
According to court documents, Buchillon was a director of nursing at Anna Nursing, a Miami home health care agency that purported to provide home health and therapy services to Medicare beneficiaries. The owners and operators of Anna Nursing agreed to and actually did operate Anna Nursing for the purpose of billing the Medicare Program for, among other things, expensive physical therapy and home health care services that were not medically necessary and/or were not provided.
Anna Nursing was paid approximately $7 million by Medicare for this fraudulent scheme that lasted about 20 months.
Over the past seven years, approximately 1,900 defendants have been charged with fraudulently billing Medicare over $6 billion.
Our tax money at work!
WE NEED EACH OTHER
Next time you take a walk in the woods stop and think about what is taking place right under your feet. As the roots of the trees connect with each other they form a support system. One has access to water, another to nutrients, and another to sunlight. No single tree has it all, but together they can grow, thrive, and withstand the storms of life. Then they will grow in every way. As we grow and become strong because of love, some of us independent types have difficulty with this concept. We want to fly solo until we crash, and then we realize our need for: (1) Encouragement. Even Paul needed cheering on: “Everyone in Asia has turned against me, especially Phygelus and Hermogenes. I pray that the Lord will be kind to the family of Onesiphorus. He often cheered me up and wasn’t ashamed of me when I was put in jail. Then after he arrived in Rome, he searched everywhere until he found me.” (2) Sympathy. “Be sympathetic. We all need to be understood and have our feelings validated. But sometimes we are in such a hurry to “fix” people we don’t have time to sympathize with them.” (3) Grace. “Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others. What motivates us to extend grace to others? God’s grace to us! Remember, you will never be asked to extend more grace to someone than God has already extended to you.”
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