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In its most recent Advisory Opinion (No. 12-22), the Office of Inspector General (OIG) viewed favorably an arrangement wherein a cardiology group’s compensation from the hospital comprised, in part, a performance-based bonus (Arrangement). The performance bonus is based on certain patient service, quality and cost savings measures associated with procedures performed at the hospital’s cardiac catheterization laboratories.
Read more: Hospital Payments of Performance-Based Bonuses to Physician Groups Viewed Favorably by OIG
January 9, 2013
While 2012 left the healthcare world spinning, 2013 does not show promise of slowing down anytime soon. As healthcare providers position themselves for a new year, they should bear in mind some of the following, which are expected to send waves through the industry this year.
Read more: 2013: What to Expect on the Road Ahead
January 2, 2013
ICD-10 implementation and the need for preparation has been discussed for years. However, the repeated delays in deadlines for the transition from ICD-9 has provided the false sense of security that it is possible to continue to postpone the steps necessary for implementation. Due to the complexity of ICD-10 implementation and the time necessary to coordinate the steps for a successful go-live date by October 1, 2014, organizations cannot wait to see if the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) will again postpone the ICD-10 deadline.
Read more: ICD-10—Despite Delays in the Implementation Deadline, Planning and Preparation Now Are Key to...
December 26, 2012
The issue of “incident to” billing arises when physicians and certain other practitioners seek to be paid for services that are furnished incident to their services. The purpose of this alert is to review the requirements for incident-to billing both in the non-institutional and institutional settings.
Read more: Incident-To Services: A Recap
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