A recent change to Medicare reimbursement of PET scans shows why physicians need to stay abreast of this kind of information.
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA
Recent Office for Civil Rights (OCR) settlements with pricey fines highlight the continued need for HIPAA and HITECH compliance.
A recently released final rule from CMS on reimbursements changes in 2016 includes good and bad news for physicians.
A recent ruling against a pharmaceutical company shows physicians how the False Claims Act can hurt them legally and financially.
When it comes to HIPAA breaches, entity size does not matter. What matters is the Office for Civil Rights (OCR)’s oversight and compliance.
A recent N.J. Supreme Court case raises several issues around malpractice insurance laws and whether docs should disclose if they have it or not.
Two recent articles underscore the importance of cybersecurity across all facets of a physician’s practice and what questions should be asked.
On Aug, 27, CMS held a “National Provider Call,” on ICD-10. Here are some of the key takeaways and an ICD-10 preparation checklist.
A recent ruling in Texas is important for physicians to know, because it shows that laws regarding disclosure can have exemptions.
An acquisition that comes from a failed business plan is a signal to physicians that you have to continually reevaluate the practice