In his Elder Law column, Daniel G. Fish, a principal in Daniel G. Fish LLC, writes that whether managed long-term care benefits seniors or benefits the plans that administer the care is an unresolved
In his Health Law column, Greenberg Traurig shareholder Francis J. Serbaroli summarizes some of the areas that will be scrutinized in the coming year, including the accuracy of the "present on admiss
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...charges" applicable to uninsured patients, and a sum representing a diagnosis related group payment. WellCare paid the lesser amount. A 2009 letter by the...
David A. Manko, a partner at Rivkin Radler, and George Choriatis, and associate at the firm, write that, now that the Health Reform Act has been enacted, the most important next step with respect to
Francis J. Serbaroli, a partner at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, write that for decades, Medicare and Medicaid, as well as many private insurers, have paid the costs of correcting medical mistakes o
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