A new report published from the Office of the Inspector General shows how your practice could be leaving money on the table when it comes to Medicare Advantage Organizations.
Tech Companies Focus on Health Care
The Wall Street Journal's columnist John McKinnon wrote article on current trends in healthcare technology. Click here to read his take on bridging the gap between provider and patient.
The flaws of “Medicare for all”
Democrats are pushing for Medicaid expansion in Georgia indicating it is the right fix for Georgians without insurance and for struggling rural hospitals. Bernie Sanders is still promoting “Medicare for All” to bring all Americans under the federal government for health insurance. Providers lose about 73 cents per dollar spent on the uninsured and about... Continue Reading →
‘Short Term’ Health Insurance? Up to 3 Years Under New Trump Policy
By Robert Pear August 1, 2018 Edited by Patty Whitmarsh August 8, 2018 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration issued a final rule on Wednesday that clears the way for the sale of many more health insurance policies that do not comply with the Affordable Care Act and do not have to cover prescription drugs, maternity care... Continue Reading →
The True Cost of Employee Turnover
The true cost of employee turnover is greater that one may think, and solutions to it are even more complicated.