Spadoni allegedly defrauded Rush Oak Park Hospital, which is operated by Rush University System for Health, out of $622,500 when he entered into a professional services agreement with Medical Education Solutions (MES) at the hospital around December 2013. , which was a podiatry company founded and owned by Spadoni.
Under the agreement, Rush was paying MES $6,500 a month for “administrative support and compliance services,” but only $1,500 was actually used for the services in the contract, according to the indictment. Instead, Spadoni and his wife used the money for “their own”. personal gain,” the indictment says.
The alleged plan runs until July 2021, around the time when the hospital’s new CEO, Dr. Dino Rumoro exposure Detection of financial embezzlement in operations by a former executive. But Spadoni’s name was not disclosed at that time.
Rush did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday evening.
This story first appeared on Crane’s Chicago business.