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Tax Bill Healthcare Provision Portends Major Changes

December 6, 2017

It has been called “a behemoth piece of legislation that could widen American economic inequality while diminishing the power of local communities to marshal relief for vulnerable people.”  But it has also been hailed as “a comprehensive overhaul . . . [that] will ignite our economy with levels of growth not seen in generations,” creating “more jobs, higher wages and a better standard of living.”

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Reduce Reimbursement Leakage Through Revenue Capture Audits

November 29, 2017

In today’s healthcare environment, capturing every cent of revenue due to a hospital, health system or physician group is a challenge.  With the advent of legislative reform and changes in the systemic healthcare reimbursement structure, such as the evolving Accountable Care Organization model or value-based healthcare strategies, healthcare providers must take all measures available to identify, capture and collect every source of revenue.

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Educate Clinicians and Collaborate to Combat Opioid Addiction: AHA

November 22, 2017

Citing eye-opening statistics from the American Society of Addiction Medicine indicating 52,404 fatal drug overdoses in 2015, healthcare leaders are calling for a multi-pronged effort in combatting the opioid epidemic in America.  In an article in NEJM Catalyst, a publication of the New England Journal of Medicine, Jay Bhatt, DO, and Elisa Arespacochaga of the American Hospital Association assert that while the patient-clinician partnership represents the core of the solution to the opioid crisis, “all stakeholders, including healthcare organizations, state and local health departments, law enforcement agencies, schools and community organizations need to work together to affect change.  Hospitals and health systems must fully support clinicians in helping connect patients to resources, treatment and the help they need.  Hospitals and health systems could support clinicians in connecting patients to social support and appropriate treatment.”

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