Kardia Health Systems


Minnesota healthcare executive gets entangled in Ponzi scheme fallout

Last spring, Minnesota businessman Tom Petters was convicted to 50 years in federal prison for masterminding a $3.7 billion Ponzi scheme. One person who says he was subpoenaed involuntarily by the Petters defense team to provide testimony was George Danko, a former executive at both Kardia Health Systems and the troubled Healthcare IP Partners. Now Danko finds himself a target of Douglas Kelley, the court-appointed trustee who is attempting to recover money bilked from investors.