Chalk up a victory for less care at higher prices. Hey, aren't those two of the Anti-Triple Aim?
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.
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.
How would your reorganize your medical practice, healthcare business, and relationships if you were paid only for successful outcomes, no matter how they are measured?
What’s a laptop cost? How about $1,040,000? Nope, it’s not the world’s first quantum computing MacBook. It’s just a regular old one. Heck, it’s even used! Listen to Mark explain the costs of unsecured devices.
Mobile devices, from laptops to cell phones, are stolen every day. Cars containing those devices, even ones locked “securely,” or so we think, in their trunks, are broken into or themselves stolen every day. Other such devices are simply misplaced. How secure is your data?
Take a ride with Mark as he discusses the latest compound medicine kickback scheme to result in prison time.