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Company Overview of Comprehensive Health Services, Inc.
Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. provides workforce medical services to government and commercial entities in the United States and internationally. The company offers a range of performance-based workforce health programs that include national medical exams, on-location medical events, medical readiness and response programs, medical clinics and services, environmental health and safety programs, pandemic planning, and program management. The company also offers medical staffing services for physicians, nurses, licensed counselors, case workers, youth counselors, and education technicians. Its customers include Fortune 1000 companies and the U.S. government agencies. Comprehensive Health...
8810 Astronaut Boulevard
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
Founded in 1975
Key Executives for Comprehensive Health Services, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of International
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of Domestic
Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. Key Developments
Comprehensive Health Services Appoints Celeste Gushee as New Senior Vice President of Business Management
Oct 2 17
Comprehensive Health Services announced the promotion of Celeste Gushee to Senior Vice President of Business Management. Since joining the company in 2011, Celeste has demonstrated her unwavering commitment, passion, and energy to facilitating company growth and development. In her prior role as VP of Business Development, Celeste provided strong management and leadership to proposal development operations, fostered client relationships, and improved coordination across all business and functional areas. In her new role as Senior Vice President of Business Management, Celeste will oversee: Financial Analysis, Pricing, Billing, Contracts, Procurement & Subcontracts, and Logistics & Warehouse Operations. She will report directly to Gary Palmer, Comprehensive Health Services President and CEO.
Comprehensive Health Services Appoints Kelley DeConciliis as Vice President of International Development
Feb 12 17
Comprehensive Health Services announced the appointment of Kelley DeConciliis as Vice President of International Development. DeConciliis brings over 15 years of healthcare and emergency preparedness, disaster response business development and operations experience spanning international, commercial, federal, state and local government sectors. Prior to joining Comprehensive Health Services, DeConciliis served as Vice President of Federal Systems for Remote Medical International (RMI).
Health Services to Pay $3.818 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations for Double-Charging and Mischarging Medical Services on Internal Revenue Service Contract
Feb 9 17
Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. has agreed to pay the United States $3,818,881 to settle allegations under the False Claims Act that it submitted false claims to the United States by double-billing and mischarging for medical services in connection with work performed on an Internal Revenue Service contract. The settlement agreement resolves allegations that from April 2009 through April 2014, CHSi knowingly double-charged the United States for vision screenings, resting electrocardiograms, and for the collection of blood specimens provided to IRS agents when those costs were already included in the bundled price for the IRS new applicant pre-placement exam. The civil settlement also disposes of the allegation that CHSi charged the United States for annual full physical exams for IRS agents despite the IRS specification that the exam was to be administered only if it was determined to have been medically indicated and no such determination occurred and the exams were never actually performed. The civil settlement resolves a lawsuit filed by James J. Kerr, Jr. under the whistleblower provision of the False Claims Act in United States ex rel. James J. Kerr, Jr. v. Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., Civ. No. RDB-14-1769 (D.Md.). The Act permits private parties to file suit on behalf of the United States for false claims and obtain a portion of the United States' recovery. As part of the civil resolution, Mr. Kerr will receive approximately $645,391. The claims resolved by this settlement are allegations; there has been no determination of liability and CHSi cooperated in the investigation.
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