Compensation and Bonus provisions in physician employment contracts are incredibly important.
Big Data has become a big buzzword, but many healthcare organizations are just beginning to determine how to put Big Data to work for them.
Understanding the “Unusual Circumstances” Background Questions On the Medical Board of California License Application
The Medical Board of California’s physician license application asks about “unusual circumstances” in both medical school and during residency.
The California Department of Insurance, pursuant to Title 10 California Code of Regulations section 2190.7, requires that an insurance producer maintain certain records that must be open and available for Department inspection at the agent’s place of business.
Recently, the Obama Administration released its fiscal year 2015 budget proposal, which includes several proposals of special interest to children’s hospitals.
Stanford Hospital and Clinics contracted with a business associate, Multi-Specialty Collection Services (MSCS), to perform a revenue cycle review. Using data supplied by Stanford in an encrypted format, MSCS generated a spreadsheet listing the names, diagnosis codes, account numbers, admission and discharge dates, and billing charges for 20,000 patients seen at the hospital’s emergency room during a six-month period in 2009.
How to appropriately handle low blood sugar is one of the keys to successfully managing diabetes.
Approximately one-third of Medicaid spending, $136 billion, is on long-term services and supports (LTSS). While the majority of Medicaid LTSS takes place in institutional settings, such as nursing facilities and mental health facilities, there is an ongoing emphasis on the role of non-institutional facilities.
The saga of OFCCP v. Florida Hospital of Orlando is synonymous with OFCCP’s ongoing battle to establish jurisdiction over healthcare providers.
Today, the three federal agencies charged with regulating components of health information technology (“Health IT”) issued their long-awaited Health IT Report: Proposed Strategy and Recommendations for a Risk-Based Framework (the “Report”).