Physician Activity Now Under OIG Scrutiny: Revenue Impacts

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) routinely issues new Work Plan items. This

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Identifying Revenue Leaks within the Medical Practice

With reimbursement shifting towards quality care and patient outcomes, it’s necessary for medical practices to take a fresh look at

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A Joint Effort

LEXINGTON Repairing and replacing knees and hip joints is what Tharun Karthikeyan, MD does for a living. He’s well trained

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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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KentuckyOne Health Partners Preparing Providers for MACRA

LOUISVILLE Physicians across the United States are preparing for a new payment system, as a result of the Medicare Access

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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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Patient-Driven. Precision-Made.

LOUISVILLE No surgeon is perfect. Even the most precise, experienced surgeons have a margin of human error. But, what if

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MACRA: Are You Prepared to Protect Your Medicare Reimbursement?

Is your practice prepared for MACRA (The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act) and the potential reductions in Medicare reimbursement

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