May 16, 2002 |
The state of California has notified Beverly Enterprises Inc. that it is investigating possible criminal charges against the company based on civil citations issued between 1998 and 2001 related to patient care. In its quarterly report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Beverly said it can't immediately assess the nature or significance of any charges that might be filed.
July 31, 2002 |
Nursing home operator Beverly Enterprises Inc. said an increase in reserves for patient-care lawsuits led to a second-quarter loss. The company also said a probe into possible government overpayments to its Fresno-based home medical equipment business unit, MK Medical, could hurt earnings. As expected after a July 19 forecast, Beverly reported a net loss of $14 million, or 13 cents a share, including one-time items, compared with year-ago earnings of $5.6 million, or 5 cents a share.
August 21, 1999 |
Beverly Enterprises Inc. said it will reimburse the government $170 million and pay a $5-million fine in a tentative settlement of Medicare fraud charges. The nation's largest nursing home operator said it will take a second-quarter pretax charge of $199 million to cover the cost of the settlement. The payment would be the largest ever by a nursing home company over alleged Medicare fraud.
October 29, 1986 |
Beverly Enterprises Inc., the nation's largest publicly owned nursing home chain, disclosed Tuesday that some of its senior executives and outside investors are considering taking the company private. Such a buyout could total as much as $2.2 billion, industry analysts said, and would come at a time when Beverly's stock is considered undervalued and a possible takeover target. Beverly's stock increased $3.
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August 2, 2002 |
One of the nation's largest nursing home chains pleaded no contest Thursday to felony elder abuse charges stemming from the deaths of two people and promised to make wide-ranging improvements in the quality of care at 60 facilities statewide. Beverly Enterprises Inc. also agreed to pay $2 million in civil penalties for a range of violations that allegedly led to major bedsores, dehydration, malnutrition, poor personal hygiene and improper medication among patients from Yreka to Escondido.
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February 5, 1990 |
Giant nursing home chain operator Beverly Enterprises is closing a large facility for the retarded in Lynwood after receiving critical inspection reports citing substandard living conditions, lack of staffing and failure to provide proper care and treatment of clients.
January 12, 1995
A union-backed study of Beverly Enterprises, the nation's largest nursing home operator with 78 homes in California, reports that the firm is providing substandard patient care in its homes. The study, undertaken by the AFL-CIO's Food and Allied Service Trades, focused on Beverly Enterprises nursing homes in Missouri, where the company is under a state order to improve patient care.
July 20, 1989 |
Beverly Enterprises said Wednesday that it intends to sell a third of its nursing homes, dramatically expanding the scope of a financial overhaul that was first announced early last year. The planned sale of 370 facilities with more than 38,000 beds is intended to whittle down the Pasadena firm's heavy debt and rid it of unprofitable operations.