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The CEO of ACCH is James Cox. Following is his LinkedIn data:


Experience:
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Arkansas Continued Care Hospital of Jonesboro
Jonesboro, Arkansas, United States
Chief Executive Officer
Nov 2020 - Present


Signet Health
Batesville, Arkansas
Program Director of Behavioral Health Services
Nov 2018 - Nov 2020


Ascent Children's Health Services
Jonesboro, Arkansas

  Chief Operating Officer   Dec 2017 - Nov 2018

  Director of Marketing & Admissions   Jul 2014 - Dec 2017

  Clinic Director   Dec 2012 - Jul 2014

  Customer Service Manager   Jul 2010 - Dec 2012

  Admissions Coordinator   Nov 2009 - Jul 2010

  Mental Health Specialist   Jun 2009 - Nov 2009



Education:
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Arkansas State University
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Baylor University
Master of Theological Studies, Theology/Theological Studies

Arkansas State University
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Psychology




NOTES:
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The theology degree is interesting. Or strange, perhaps, considering... maybe he should have stayed with religion. Or does that involve things like actual religious concepts? Morality, ethics, right-and-wrong. Idunno. Didn't study theology. Just wondering.

The gig at Ascent IS interesting. Briefly, Ascent Children's Health Services operated about ten or so facilities Arkansas, mostly in the northeast part of the state. According to their marketing blurb they "developmental intervention day treatment services and mental health services to infants, children, adolescents, adults and families in Arkansas". Harvesting the Medicaid bounty? Sorry, I'm a bit cynical these days. I don't know how long they were around - I remember seeing their offices and vehicles in Jonesboro (the headquarters) for years before they closed. The good Mr. Cox worked there for nine years or thereabouts. Sweet gig from the looks of it. But all good things must end, or bad ones for that matter. He would probably still be there, but around 2017 the end came. This is important. Children were transported to and from the facilities in passenger vans. One child, five years old, was not removed from the van and taken into the classroom. He was left strapped in the seat. Eight hours later, with the temperature outside 90 degrees or above, causing the temperature inside the van to go as high as 140, the presence in of the now-deceased child was noticed. Not this happened in 2017, and for years such incidents had been happening and being widely reported. Naturally several employees were charged with manslaughter, I may check to see how that turned out. Or not. It is not germane to this case. That is the operation the no doubt esteemed Mr. Cox was running. OK, enough of that.

The business closed shortly afterward, and he had the two-year gig in Batesville. Hey, mental health is a profitable business. But then the position at ACCH became available. Now he can abuse and kill adults. And profit from insurance and Medicare fraud instead of Medicaid, for the most part. Probably some victims are on Medicaid. So that brings us up to date on seƱor Cox. For now anyway.
KL