New Kentucky Legislation Clears State Law Barriers to Direct Primary Care Practice Model

During the 2017 regular session, the Kentucky Legislature paved the way for the “Direct Primary Care” practice model with the

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A New Day for Healthcare in Kentucky

Thanks to a new and sweeping effort at healthcare reform, Kentucky healthcare providers now need to know what to expect

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SB18: Peer Review Privilege & Medical Malpractice Actions

Great publicity surrounded the passage of SB4 during the recent legislative session of the Kentucky General Assembly—the bill that established

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Watch Out MCOs

With reported revenues in the billions of dollars and net profits not far behind, insurance companies providing a Medicaid Managed

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Legislative Update: SB4 – Medical Review Panels

According to the National Practitioner Data Bank, Kentucky reported an average of 269 payments each year from 2011 through 2015.

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What Healthcare Providers Should Know About MACRA

With the election of Donald Trump and the announced appointment of Tom Price as secretary of Health and Human Services,

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Eighth Amendment Claims

It is very rare for the Amendments to the United States Constitution to have any applicability to the practice of

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Radiology and Breast Cancer

Breast cancer affects one out of eight women in their lifetime. The primary tool physicians rely upon to detect, treat,

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Recent Supreme Court Holding a Mixed Bag for Healthcare Providers

Beginning in 2004, teenager Yarushka Rivera, a Medicaid beneficiary, received counseling services at Arbour Counseling Services in Massachusetts. In 2009,

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A Checkup on Medicaid and Behavioral Health Services

It has been a long time coming, but on March 30, 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”)

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