Is your hospital or surgery center engaged in a protection racket? Ride along with Mark and find out all about it, and more, now.
There is nothing inherently fair in the notion of paying a purported “fair fee”. If there were, insurers would never have been in favor of it.
Another week, another hospital closes. Well, at least one.
Does More Financial Pressure on Hospitals Signal the Return of Questionable Medical Directorships?
Do you know a felon of the American College of . . . ? Ride along with Mark and find out about some who are headed toward the big house.
Many people – physicians and business people – engaging in arrangements involving sophisticated federal and state anti-kickback issues and self-referral issues, often simply point to someone else who is doing what they claim is the same thing, as if that makes it acceptable.
It is a crime, a violation of antitrust law, to conspire to allocate a market, thus driving up the price. It is particularly egregious when the conspiracy involves the market for medical care for cancer treatment.
Each negotiation has its own timing, not one set by a standard recipe or by a clock on the wall or on the calendar, but one that can be, and should be, set by you.
Ride along with Mark as he teaches how you can give some of your risk to someone else.
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.