Tag Archives: Medicare

Avoiding Billing Pitfalls in the Age of the ACA

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In the second decade of the 21st century, many healthcare providers are struggling to decide whether or not to accept patients who have Medicaid. A key issue is the provider’s ability to ensure compliance with its myriad reimbursement regulations.

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Maryland Women Healthcare Trailblazers

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Four amazing women. Four different career paths – pediatrician and JAMA editor, ophthalmologist, internist, and head of the Maryland Hospital Association. Their stories underscore the fact that Maryland has more than its share of outstanding leaders who just happen to be women.

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EHR Painkillers

Practical Advice for a Conversion or Upgrade By: Linda Harder Whether your practice is small or large, and whether you’re implementing a new EHR or upgrading an existing one, it’s a huge undertaking. We spoke with a number of IT professionals, practice managers and EHR vendors for tips to ease your conversion pain. Why Start...

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A Stark Case: Happy Ending or Inauspicious Beginning?

By: Charles B. Oppenheim, Robert L. Roth, and Patricia H. Wirth The federal government sued Joseph Campbell, M.D. for alleged false claims submitted not by Dr. Campbell, but by a hospital. Dr. Campbell had an employment contract with the hospital for 20 hours of service per week. However, although Dr. Campbell did everything the hospital […]

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