ProviderTrust monitors employees post-hire to keep companies out of hot water.
You don't have to be a superhero to fight fraud with the Death Master File ... but you do have to be certified.
The IRS has announced the first 84 CPEOs in the nation ... and one of them is headquartered in Nashville.
A new presidential administration doesn't mean the long list of DOJ regulations impacting healthcare has gone to the wayside. Instead, federal agents continue to up their game when it comes to cracking down on fraud, Stark violations.
Don't miss HealthNext, an official TEDxNashville event focused on human health and healthcare.
Sprouts Farmers Market is opening in Bellevue! The third Nashville-area store will help meet the growing demand for fresh, natural and organic foods at great prices.
Cancer doesn't end when treatment does....
SURVIVORville is where women can learn to navigate the muddy waters of survivorship. It's where they acquire the tools to help them re-build their lives after a cancer diagnosis.
National conference will provide a professional forum on the most recent national and local quality and safety initiatives in the field of surgery.
Annual community event highlights health, wellness, beauty and fashion for women
The American Academy of Dermatology will host their summer meeting in New York City from July 27-30.
As part of its program aimed at educating physicians and other health care professionals on the benefits and limitations of genomics and precision medicine, the American Medical Association (AMA) today announced two new online educational modules focused on somatic cancer panel testing.
The sooner you know, the sooner you can act - advances in RNA diagnostics are helping providers identify disease more rapidly and move to the treatment phase.
The challenges and potential of precision medicine are outlined in a new white paper from Concert Genetics.
A 10-year study, led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD, disrupts conventional wisdom that uterine fibroids cause miscarriages.
The Senate has now weighed in on their version of ACA 'repeal and replace.' Will it fare better with public sentiment than AHCA has so far?
Missed or delayed diagnosis is one of the most often litigated allegations in medical malpractice.
Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter recently announced the addition of Matthew C. Stearns as the chief financial officer of the clinic and its associated operations.
Last month, Alive Hospice began accepting patients at their new facility, The Residence At Alive Hospice - Murfreesboro.
Nashville-based Correct Care Solutions (CCS) has named Juan C. Perez to serve as the company's chief financial officer, according to the company's CEO Jorge Dominicis. CCS is a leader in public healthcare with nearly 12,000 professionals working in 38 states plus Australia.
Health information technology veteran Mark Farrington has been named as partner for retained search firm Buffkin/Baker 's HIT practice.
AdamsPlace has promoted Ann Clark from marketing director to executive director of Assisted Living for the campus.
Patrick Ryan, MD, FACS, founder of Nashville Vascular & Vein Institute, is the co-author of an article printed in the July issue of the Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders (JVS-VL) discussing the looming 4 percent payment penalty for healthcare providers accepting Medicare.
TriStar Centennial Medical Center recently became the first hospital in Tennessee to offer tomosynthesis, also known as 3D, imaging-guided breast biopsy utilizing the Hologic® Affirm® Prone Breast Biopsy System.
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