Our team of experts created a document to help answer questions that arose during our April 9 discussion of the CARES Act.
Healthcare organizations must balance workforce stabilization with potential exposure to regulatory scrutiny.
CMS has implemented emergency regulatory changes that provide ASCs with the flexibility to perform hospital services to help the US healthcare system manage the expected surge of COVID-19 patients.
New legislation aims to increase COVID-19 testing and ensure reimbursement for providers.
CMS expands benefits related to the provision of telehealth services.
In an effort to address growing national public health risks and concerns regarding COVID-19.
On February 20, CMS issued a proposed rule to extend the CJR model by three years to December 2023. Health systems affected by this proposal should consider incorporating these three strategies into joint replacement programs.
The rulings of two legal cases influenced the 2019 revisions to the Stark and Anti-Kickback rules and have implications for productivity incentives.
In 2019, CMS released two rules related to transparency in healthcare pricing. Although the future of these rules is uncertain, providers should take a close look at both rules and begin preparing for greater pricing transparency in the industry,
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