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The utilization of electronic health records (EHR) by medical practitioners has been a policy push by the federal government for a number of years
After long anticipation, on January 25, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published final regulations in the Federal Register (Vol. 78, No. 17) modifying the HIPAA Privacy, Secur
One emerging trend in health care is a movement away from a fee-for-service payment system and toward rewarding performance or "value-based purchasing." In other words, it is an approach to attempt t
In recent years, the federal government has made the use of technology in medicine an increasing priority. The government has promoted its implementation through such things as bonus payments in the
As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), certain expansions were required to the Medicaid program. In its landmark ruling on health care reform, the U.S. Supreme Court determi
Over the last several years, a difficult issue facing many hospitals has been the increasing reluctance of physicians to provide emergency department on-call coverage without compensation. This is pr
There is much buzz in the health care field about moving to a value-based purchasing/pay-for-performance system rather than a fee-for-service system
Arrangements between and among medical service providers and others in the health care industry are highly regulated, in particular due to governmental concerns about fraud and abuse
On July 18, the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that a health care provider has no duty on account of an assignment of benefits executed by an insured to provide an insurer with information relative
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