In our many years as professionals, we have seen many physicians and medical practice clients make mistakes when choosing and working with their practice advisors. From this experience, we have created a list of seven pitfalls to avoid....
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently proposed a 2015 Medicare physician fee schedule rule that would change the agency's procedure for establishing payments for services. Beginning in 2016, "payment changes will go...
States have taken different approaches to implementing the Affordable Care Act and have had varied enrollment experiences to date. This brief highlights the experiences of four states — Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky...
Within its monthly updates of how much money the Electronic Health Care Record incentive program has paid so far, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revealed recently that total is $24.4 billion. That rose steadily from June’s $23.7 billion, and...
It will either be a passing breeze or the early rumblings of a storm to come. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revealed the ostensibly shockingly low percentage of hospitals and eligible providers to attest to Stage 2 thus far and, in so doing, insisted that...
Most working people in the U.S. sign up for health insurance in a very straightforward way: a few forms, a few questions for human resources, a few choices of plans. Signing up for Affordable Care Act insurance was nothing like that. It involved questions about income, taxes,...
In an era of increased competition driven by the nation’s health law, hospitals in California and around the country are hoping online emergency room appointments will help attract patients anxious to avoid long waits in a crowded and often chaotic environment.
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