Overland Park & Leawood

Overland Park Chamber names 2014 chairman

Updated: 2013-12-10T20:54:36Z

Chamber chairman

Jim Holland, a partner in the labor and employment law firm Fisher & Phillips LLP, has been named the 2014 chairman of the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce. Holland, who has been on the chamber’s board since 2008, succeeds Larry Winn, who will continue to serve the organization as its immediate past chair.

Others on the chamber’s executive committee: chairman-elect Marga Spangler of First National Bank; vice chairman Damond Boatwright of Overland Park Regional Medical Center; second vice chairman, Brad Stratton, of Concert Wealth Management; secretary, Tom Fitzsimmons of Metcalf Bank; and treasurer, Craig Zahnd of SwissRe.

Lenexa medical office

Sunflower Medical Group has opened a medical office at 9300 Meadow View Drive in Lenexa, northwest of Prairie Star Parkway and Kansas 7. The Heartland Primary Care and Urgent Care center will have four doctors — three who specialize in pediatric medicine and one in family medicine. The urgent care clinic offers walk-in service with no appointment necessary.

Sunflower Medical has been providing health care services in the Kansas City area for more than 20 years.

Fraudulent medical claims

A McPherson County nurse who recently pleaded guilty to six counts of insurance fraud has been ordered to repay nearly $80,000 in restitution to Aflac. The Kansas Insurance Department said Jennifer Batson filed fraudulent claims with Aflac by using forged medical records and billing documents. Regulators said she allegedly filed claims for a variety of fictitious injuries and health conditions that she said happened to herself and her husband.

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