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Griffis v. Cedar Hill Health Care Corp.

¶ 2. After a bench trial, the superior court made the following findings of fact. Cedar Hill is a Vermont corporation that operates two healthcare facilities in Windsor, Vermont: Victorian House, a Level III residential care facility; and the Health Care Center, a thirty-nine-bed nursing home. ...

Department of Corrections v. Matrix Health Systems, PC

... 7. Approximately one year later, the State Auditor released a report, finding that the DOC had failed to "(1) properly manage its private mental health contracts; (2) follow bidding procedures; and (3) provide adequate quality assurance for key mental health care services." The ...

Chase v. State

... 7. In September 2004, a federal grand jury indicted Dr. Chase on seventy-one counts of federal health-care fraud, alleging that he recommended or performed unnecessary cataract surgery with respect to thirty-six former patients. ...