Preferred Family Healthcare (PFH) continues to cooperate with government authorities regarding investigations into the alleged misdeeds of several former Alternative Opportunities (AO) leaders and employees.A guilty plea yesterday by PFH's former chief clinical officer, Keith Nobles, was the latest in a list that seems likely to grow given allegations of bribery and other crimes listed against others as yet uncharged. Four former Arkansas legislators have been charged in crimes related to PFH — Jon Woods, Micah Neal, Eddie Cooper and Hank Wilkins. Jeremy Hutchinson has been charged with unrelated
We have been aware that additional actions by government authorities were likely and are continuing to support efforts to hold accountable those who violated the law. While each step in this ongoing process has been difficult, it is progress — turning the page on these past actions and toward the strong future we see providing the high-quality services to clients for which we are known.
As we move forward, we are further cultivating a culture of compliance while we work hand in hand with caregivers to deliver our critical services.