New Kid in (Bards)Town

BARDSTOWN It was a busy summer for Nicolas Burnett, MD. And that goes way beyond anything related to COVID-19. In

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2021 ICD-10-CM Code Changes Effective October 1, 2020

Below is an overview of the final rule as well as changes in various categories that may be important to

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CHI Saint Joseph Health Cancer Center

LEXINGTON In October 2019 CHI Saint Joseph Health announced a new affiliation with the Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center. The purpose

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Maternity and Beyond

LOUISVILLE When Women First of Louisville opened its doors in 1988, it was one of the first all-woman-run obstetrics and

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Dr. Jones Speaks Again

KENTUCKY Our Commonwealth of Kentucky, as well as the rest of the nation, has under-gone an amazing amount of change

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Telehealth Expansion in Kentucky 2020 During COVID-19: the Future?

In 2018, Kentucky became one of the first states to authorize physician use of telehealth and to prohibit health plans

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Telehealth Services During COVID-19: What to Expect from Payers

Physician practices scrambled to offer telehealth services to patients during the first days of the COVID-19 public health emergency. At

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Discover What’s Normal

Before getting into the financial column, let me say that you who are watching after and attending to the health

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Surplus Supplies Save Lives Worldwide — And in Our Own Backyard

LOUISVILLE Nearly 430,000 garbage trucks — that’s what it would take to haul medical surplus from U.S. hospitals each year,

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Tracking COVID-19 by Testing Louisville Health Care Workers

LOUISVILLE Just as the Co-Immunity Project began its first phase to test Louisville healthcare workers for COVID-19 and antibodies from

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