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.
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.
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.
You can see why it’s so tempting for unscrupulous hospital CEOs to offer kickbacks to physicians.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the price that every seller pays.
With the tip of the hat to T.S. Eliot, the world for Community Regional Anesthesia Medical Group (CRAMG) ended on June 16, 2021, not with a bang but a whimper.
The large pharmacy chains are opening walk-in clinics in their stores, staffed with nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The huge number of independent pharmacies can follow the same route. For most physicians this means more competition. But for enterprising physicians and independent pharmacists, the opportunity to do deals abounds.
Both state and national level politicians certainly know what side the bread is buttered on, and who’s doing the buttering. There are far more patients than there are physicians, thus the rush to fix the problem they’ve defined as “surprise medical bills.”