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11/27/2008· Healthcare

It Started With Joe

By: Carol Bradley

It started with Joe. My elderly neighbor had lost his wife and his only child lived in New Jersey. He was totally deaf. How could I not help? My children were then young, and we adopted Joe. How could I have known he would become my charge for over five years

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10/2/2019· Insurance

Soaring Insurance Deductibles and High Drug Prices Hit Sick Americans with a Double Whammy

By: David Haass

In the national debate over health insurance, the Affordable Care Act gets the spotlight. However, most Americans don’t get their health insurance on the ACA's exchanges. They have insurance through their employers.

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2/6/2020· Healthcare

Four Reasons Why Healthcare is Expensive in America

By: David Haass

It seems to be common knowledge that healthcare in our nation is outrageously expensive. But why is this? In the United States, we see healthcare costs that are nearly double than compared to any other developed nation in the world.

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6/19/2009· Healthcare

The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling (Levine vs. Wyeth) Has MAJOR Implications For Potential WARNING Claims Against Pharmaceuticals…

By: Dr. Gerald Goldhaber

The Goldhaber Warnings Report: The U.S. Supreme Court ruling (March 5, Levine vs. Wyeth) will have major implications for the pharmaceutical industry forcing them literally to review all of their warnings and safety instructions for content, clarity and conspicuousness

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7/24/2015· Healthcare

The Regulatory Challenges Facing E-Health

By: Dr. Jonathan Burroughs

Regulatory hurdles prevent more hospitals from using e-health to its full potential. Federal and state policies and regulations on care rendered via technology from a remote site spin a tangled web for providers either engaged in e-health or who want to be. A February 2014 article in Health Affairs found strong associations between state policies and hospitals' adoption of e-health, also known as tele-health or telemedicine.

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10/21/2015· Healthcare

How to Avoid a Clinical Fair Hearing

By: Dr. Jonathan Burroughs

Not too long ago, I had the sad task of testifying at a civil litigation and a judicial hearing for two physicians who had been suspended from their respective medical staffs. In both cases, the suspensions and resultant procedural rights were avoidable because proactive communication and management did not effectively take place. Such events should be rare and most medical staffs can easily avoid them by focusing on preventive actions and addressing potential performance issues early in a supportive and assertive manner.

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11/11/2015· Healthcare

Population Healthcare: Strategies to Survive a Brave, New Value-Based World

By: Dr. Jonathan Burroughs

Population health is not possible in a discounted fee-for-service world, and the significant healthcare business challenge is how to transition from fee-for-service to risk-based capitation in a sustainable way. The following represents an outline for how this transition can be staged so that early steps exploit the benefits of fee-for-service while the latter ones exploit a more capitated model:

1/28/2006· Healthcare

Mastering the Health Insurance Maze!

By: John F. Pack

Researching and purchasing individual and family health insurance can be a confusing and time-consuming project. This ebook provides several questions to ask yourself and issues to consider prior to beginning your health insurance research

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6/6/2018· Healthcare

Private Equity and Health Care Fraud – A New Frontier?

By: Mary Wickens

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently joined a federal qui tam lawsuit1 brought against a private equity firm that specializes in health care pharmacies. Notably, the case also charges individual partners of the private equity firm, Riordan, Lewis & Haden, Inc. (RLH) based in Los Angeles2. They are charged with violations of the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and the federal False Claims Act (FCA) in connection with their management of Diabetic Care Rx/Patient Care America (PCA), a compounding pharmacy. The case involves reimbursements from TRICARE, the health care program for the military and their families.

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3/2/2020· Healthcare

Coronavirus (COVID-19)Who's in Charge and What are They Doing About It?

By: Mary Wickens

This brief describes: Which government agencies and health care providers have power to act and what are those powers? Who controls testing and reporting results and who has the power to isolate individuals, impose quarantines and take other steps to mitigate the outbreak.

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