Friday, November 29, 2013
1 year ago this blog reported on 4 Physician web sites where Yuba Radojkovich (Fondly called Yuba RealDirtyBitch or "The Black Snake) had been posing as a medical doctor.
Several complaints were filed at the state licensure board with local physicians (that are licensed) signing this. It seems that Yuba covered her tracks and removed some of her FALSE claims, but one remains.
Yuba, we realize they cannot find anyone that wants the Adminstrator's position. However, you have chased away the Armenian community and there is no more support for this sham of a nursing home money pit.
You are unprofessional, and cannot keep anyone decent there. Take a look at most of the employees? They are desperate and mostly immigrants from India, Mexico, Russia, Philipines, etc .,
There are a handful that have been there 20 years and they are just coasting till retirement, great people.
Then there is the tattoo infested single mothers, that break every rule of HIPAA, taking photos, blurting out diagnosis, giving oranges to diabetic patients, creating gossip with the staff, Roaming freely away from her station, etc.,
Here is a warning for you Yuba, CEASE AND DESIST. Take this down now or you will have another audit shoved up your ass so fast. What is the fines up to this year? Over payments? Step down and let someone with an MBA in Health Care Administration take over before it's too late.
Take it down now, it is a LIE.
We are showing this to the hospitals in Fresno and NONE, WE REPEAT "NONE" are recommending hospital patients be admitted for rehab or anything else. We know all about the empty bed ratio and what percentage needs to be filled just to pay the bills. Expect more empty beds.
EMPLOYEES PAST AND PRESENT, PLEASE REPORT YUBA HERE:
Friday, October 25, 2013
California Armenian Home- Congratulations to ex City Councilman Rod Anaforian new Sales Manager of San Joaquin Terraces
|Rod Anaforian, ex Fresno City Councilman |
New Sales Manager of San Joaquin Terraces Nursing Home and Senior Community
NOW WE KNOW WHERE ALL THE ARMENIANS WILL BE GOING
GOOD BY CALIFORNIA ARMENIAN
The Administrator here has an MBA in Health Care Management. Yuba? doesn't even have a high school diploma.
“Rod is an experienced marketing professional and extremely knowledgeable when it comes to senior living,” said Jessica Lopez, executive director for The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens. “He’ll be a great resource for area seniors and their families who are interested in moving to a CCRC, and we’re very excited to have him lead our team.”
Anaforian has more than 15 years of sales experience, and previously worked as the director of client services for Qforma, Inc. in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and as the chief operations officer for Lance-Kashian & Company in Fresno. He also served as a territory, district and regional sales manager for Organon Pharmaceuticals in Roseland, New Jersey.
“The Terraces already has a great reputation, and I’m ready to build upon its continued success,” said Anaforian. “I am looking forward to working with potential new residents and their families, and discuss the advantages of residing in a CCRC.”
Anaforian is a graduate of California State University in Long Beach, Calif., where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in social science and a master of arts degree in international relations. He was also elected twice to the Fresno City Council and is co-author of a sales management tip book titled, Rising Above The Crowd.
About The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens
The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens is committed to enriching the lives of older adults. For more than 45 years, the community, located at 5555 North Fresno Street, has delivered one of the most engaging lifestyles in the area. In addition to residential living, the community offers residents access to a full continuum of on-site assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing. For more information about The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens, call 1-800-895-8019 visit www.TheTerracesAtSanJoaquin.com.
The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens is owned and managed by ABHOW, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation. ABHOW is a nonsectarian corporation, serving seniors through quality retirement housing since 1949. ABHOW seeks to enhance the well-being and security of seniors through the provision of housing, health care and supportive services, and was a pioneer in the development of CCRCs. For more information about ABHOW, visit www.ABHOW.com
Fresno’s most complete senior living community
Residential living and quality health services.
LOOK AT THE BEAUTFUL CAFE IN THE RECREATION AREA? BEAUTFIUL ROOMS WITH LIGHT, NOT OLD CRAP WITH DARKNESS AND MOLD ON THE GROUND. CALIFORNIA ARMENIAN HOME RECENTLY REPLACED BACTERIA GROWING LINOLEUM FOR WOOD FLOORS (EVEN MORE ISSUES) TILE IS THE BEST.
GOOD BYE CALIFORNIA ARMENIAN HOME. ARMENIANS WITH MONEY ARE GOING TO FOLLOW ROD ANAFORIAN. NOT YUBA THE NAZI.
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
White Flight From the Nursing Home
By PAULA SPAN
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
California Armenian Home and the inside scoop............by past and present board members and employees.
As a result the donations are much lower than 10 years ago and will continue to declne, as there is no connection to the Armenian community except for the "Blessing of Grapes" the churches have on the grounds in August. But we are told the churches grow tired of paying a fee of $4,000 to use the grounds for this and would sooner have it at the Armenian Community Center (where we have moved our other functions) AACL(Armenian American Citizen League Building) membership is down and the hospital uses the AACL building for exercise to include the upgrade of the building in the MediCAID/MediCARE budget but in fact the recent facelift of $500,000 should not be any patient funds that are used on the AACL building
The newer workers are largely immigrants from India, Mexico and Philippines, 3 are Armenian (1 is from Iran) and are single mothers....all desperate for money and a job so they suck it up and Yuba hires people that have not had an easy time finding employment and holds their job over their heads in fear, it is a sad place to work. Now they have added a guard station because there have been so many car break ins, and other thefts. Quite a few people dump off dogs and cats on the grounds, there have been adorable kitten litters that the residents feed and visit with, but Yuba has the SPCA hall off the kittens (witch) Some of the workers are very negligent and have openly made what appeared to be drug purchases in the parking lot. No one wants to get involved or say anything as Yuba wants 100% full control, except the money is running out as far as donations go.
St. Mary's Home Health Care is one of the best we recommend you get estimates and meet their staff, that might be in your home. You can always adjust who it is or increase / decrease hours. There is also a program via the County that will pay a family member to watch over you. If you must put a family member in one of these Human Warehouses, watch everything they do, arrive at different times and different shifts, observe any marks on the body, weight change, fever, non compliance with putting hearing aides in, cleanliness of the staff, theft of items. Know good attorneys and physicians.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
|Triple X Fraternity use to meet at the old age home|
They are a group of Armenian businessmen: Bankers, lawyers, farmers
Here is a background on the Triple X Fraternity:
The name "TRIPLE X" was adopted for the organization and was to represent three times the Roman numeral ten, added up, summed thirty which was the total number of members they hoped to acquire and limit the group's size.
The purpose and objectives of this Fraternity is to promote charity, benevolence, mental improvement, social culture, and strengthening of the bonds of friendship among its members; to observe and adhere to the principles of truth, justice and loyalty.
In the year 1928 the Los Angeles and Golden Gate Chapters were founded. This created the need for a Grand Chapter, which was founded in April of 1928. Selma Chapter was formed in 1933. In the years to follow the Oakland, Peninsula, Capitol, Sequoia, San Diego, Mt. Diablo, Orange County, Las Vegas, and Palm Desert Chapters were also formed.
As the story is told to us, the local Triple X Fraternity had been meeting at the California Armenian Home for over 25 years. They also were a major supporter. "were" as in past tense. When Yuba arrived back in Fresno from San Diego, she asked them for full rent on the building to hold meetings. They reminded Yuba of the millions they have donated to the California Armenian Home over the last 50 years.
End of story.....No more money or support from the Triple X to the California Armenian Home. Their money now goes to support education and scholarships a much better cause.
Let the California Armenian Home rot with money from California MediCAID. Bravo Triple X, you did the right thing. To you Yuba, keep up the great work with getting support from the Armenian Community and exploiting the word "Armenian" on the front sign.
Saturday, August 3, 2013
or the Activities Director Senora Rodriguez, there are no Armenian Staff members besides a janitor, grounds keeper and cook all of which can barely speak English......the way Yuba likes it so they don't report what is going on to the rest of the community.
This is what Yuba would rather have as the Activities Director. 45 years ago this was a great place, Armenians taking care of Armenians and plenty of donations. Now they are caving into government money/support and hiring unprofessional losers.
|Professional Registered Nurses (RNs) graduating from the Nursing College in New Jersey. If given the opportunity would you hire this or .....................|
Working poor of America. Poor little thing. She should have thought about that before she invaded the privacy of a patient's family. Poor poor thing.
The only other option is Golden Living Center. YUK, it must suck to be poor Lori.
It's all who you know Lori and you just don't have the connections like we do.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
The word is the AACL would like to sever ties with Yuba and the Nursing Home as they know they cannot survive under the grips of Yuba. We want our club back and seperate from the home.
As you can see from the photos not many people attended this event. It is sad. Most of the people we talked to are aware of Yuba's reputation and the California Armenian Home not being "Armenian" Yuba will never hire an Armenian higher up than cleaning to work there, conversely- Educated Armenians wouldn't work for that idiot. Take off the word "Armenian" and SELL the home. Some of the older people that showed up are disappointed in the home, one is a very wealthy man has in home services for him and his wife and said "I will never put my wife or myself in there"
Good for you!!!, Now lets take back our building away from that lying Armenian hater Yuba.
|Their vision destroyed by Yuba|
New York State Gets $2.5 Million in Medicaid Fraud Case
By WINNIE HU
For-Profit Nursing Home Accused of Medicare Fraud
Yet another national, for-profit nursing home chain, Life Care, is being sued by the Justice Department over allegations of overbilling Medicare. Life Care is accused of billing nearly 68 percent of its Medicare rehabilitation days at the highest level, nearly twice the national average of 35 percent. CBS This Morning has spent months examining Life Care’s rehabilitation services and claims. It recently presented a scathing report, based in part on statements by at least a half dozen former Life Care employees.
A former assistant manager speech therapist at multiple Life Care locations told CBS This Morning that she eventually quit the facility because she felt that its insistence on unnecessary rehabilitation services was detrimental to the health of the nursing home residents. By the time she left, she said, nearly 40 percent of her work was neither reasonable nor necessary. In addition, she said, in many cases the nursing home would simply refuse to let patients leave, because they wanted to continue to bill Medicare for services!
In another piece of evidence, the entire rehab staff at the Life Care Center of Estero in Florida signed a letter to the boss which read, in part, “we have been encouraged to maximize reimbursement even when clinically inappropriate…”
There are six Life Care Centers in Kentucky: Laurel Creek Health Care Center, in Manchester; Life Care Center of Bardstown, in Bardstown; Life Care Center of La Center, in La Center; Life Care Center of Morehead, in Morehead; Mountain View Health Care Center in Elkhorn City and Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Paducah. According to the CMS website, Life Care Center of Bardstown and Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation each had three stars on their latest inspection report – that’s average. Life Care Center of La Center and Life Care Center of Moreshead both had two stars – below average. And Laurel Creek Health Care Center and Mountain View Health Care Center both received only a single star and are rated as much below average.
In general, studies show that for-profit nursing homes provide fewer staffing hours and a lower quality of care than nonprofit or government-run nursing homes.
Unfortunately, Life Care Centers is not the only nursing home chain being suspected of overbilling Medicare. The most recent report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services inspector general found that industry-wide, a quarter of all Medicare payments to nursing homes are made in error. When nursing homes charge for services they don’t provide, they increase the cost of Medicare and Medicaid to the taxpayer. These programs are already overextended. Fraud puts them in even more jeopardy. Equally seriously, if nursing home residents are given services they don’t need, it can make them uncomfortable, confused or disoriented. It can even endanger their health. The patients’ records are also likely to be inaccurate, which may cause doctors to misdiagnose them later.
Nursing homes have an obligation to provide responsible care to patients who need it – and not offer unnecessary services to patients simply so that they can charge more money. Keeping seniors in a nursing home when they are ready to be discharged simply to get more funds out of Medicare is unconscionable.
Winter Haven Nursing Home Aide Is Charged in Tax Return Fraud Case
Published: Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 11:28 p.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 11:28 p.m.
WINTER HAVEN | Deputies jailed a 23-year-old woman Friday who is accused of using the personal information of 13 nursing home residents to file fraudulent income tax returns.
Portia Charlton, a nursing assistant, was arrested during a traffic stop in Bartow. She remained jailed Sunday without bond.
Charlton formerly worked for Palm Garden of Winter Haven, where the victims lived, her arrest report says. She stopped coming to work in March 2012, two days after deputies searched her home at 3870 Horizon View Loop in Lakeland and found a notebook listing the names, birth dates and Social Security numbers of more than 100 people.
Dollar figures were written next to each name, indicating how much was obtained using the person's information, an arrest report said.
The arrest report said Charlton led the Internal Revenue Service to lose about $69,000.
Charlton became a suspect in the crime following a larger Sheriff's Office investigation into tax fraud in 2012. Her charges include scheming to defraud, aggravated white-collar crime and grand theft.
Deputies are still searching for her father, Norman Vince Charlton, 49.
He is wanted on federal charges of aggravated identity theft, theft of government property and conspiracy. Deputies believe he's in the South Florida area.
[ Matthew Pleasant can be reached at 863-802-7590. ]