Many are still confused about accountable care organizations. Here's how they came about, and how the Medicare ACO program works.
A tax and business formation lawyer shares the legal risks physicians must consider prior to investing in or working for ancillary service providers.
State case ruling indicates that patients may lack standing to successfully sue practices for potential damages due to a HIPAA breach.
Hospitals are not only marking up and selling 340B-discounted drugs, but also buying up clinics to take advantage of the discount – a clear "progress trap."
Payers can no longer exclude patients due to pre-existing conditions, so they are resorting to other tactics.
Veterans may soon be able to seek care from private providers for up to two years, if they face long wait times at VA facilities.
Let's take the mystery out of business associate agreements. Here's when you need to use them and why.
When it comes to understanding why we need HIPAA compliance, government regulators are on one side of a very wide river, and physicians are on the other.
The "recredentialing trap," strict payment reviews, and fingerprinting are all underway or on the horizon as ways payers are bullying physicians.
In medical practice, a cottage industry has developed, which is dedicated solely to legal “fault finding” without regard to equity.