Ride along with Mark as he discusses why you have to treat covenants not to compete as stand alone deals, even when they are part of a larger agreement.
What if you were running a restaurant instead of a medical group? Let’s say you decide to measure and reward on the basis of the time a waiter or waitress takes to picks up food in the kitchen and deliver it to the table...
Billing for unnecessary tests and procedures, even on a small scale, is particularly egregious because of the risk inherent to the victim patients, let alone the financial fraud on payors.
One thing is for certain, it will be no more walk in the park for the seven defendants convicted for their roles in a bribe and kickback scheme related to referring patients to Forest Park Hospital, a now defunct chain of Texas facilities.
How prepared are you if, despite the prophylactic precautions taken by your in-house team, taken by your outside coding and billing provider, and by your EHR vendor, your defenses are breached?
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the best way to deal with disruptive employees.