Of the three managers of retirement homes listed on the Paris Stock Exchange, LNA Santé was, until now, the only one to be spared from scandals.
LNA Santé would have been guilty of a health insurance fraud of more than 1 million euros, according to RMC | Photo credit: Shutterstock
Scandals follow one another at a hellish pace in nursing homes. On the stock market, the sector is devastated. After Orpea, after Korian, the turn of LNA Santé, another manager of retirement homes, to make people talk about him. No question of abuse here, but of health insurance fraud of nearly 1.2 million euros, according to information from RMC. The company, which also runs private clinics, billed “for years, […] days of health insurance coverage while the establishment [Les Oiseaux, à Sanary-sur-Mer] was closed”for school holidays.
This health center welcomes and treats overweight children and adolescents. It will definitely close its doors at the beginning of July because the management of LNA Santé deems it not commendable enough. That’s the official reason. “In reality, the decision was taken following an inspection by the Var regional health agency in June 2019. In a report that RMC obtained, the ARS notes ‘many malfunctions’. Of the ‘beds unsuitable for overweight children’, Locals ‘is degrading’ but also ‘billing issues’. »
LNA Santé fell by up to 13% today on the stock market (-37% since the start of the year).