The results of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2017 Regulatory Burden Survey reveal there is no shortage of opportunity to reduce regulatory burdens on physician practices.
THA's Craig Becker shares the hospital perspective on healthcare reform and what's needed to maintain access to care across Tennessee.
Even as the AMA works with physicians and other providers to address opioid addiction, the national epidemic continues to evolve.
On Aug. 17, nearly 250 healthcare industry professionals gathered at the Westin Nashville to attend the "Developing Healthcare Ventures: Investor and Entrepreneur Collaboration" panel, an annual event put on by the Nashville Health Care Council and Nashville Capital Network (NCN.)
The second Tuesday of each month, practice managers and healthcare industry service providers gather for the monthly Nashville Medical Group Management Association (NMGMA) meeting.
The Tennessee HIMSS Chapter and the Center for Executive Education at Belmont University will partner with BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee to bring a 14-week certification program to healthcare information technology (HIT) professionals in the Chattanooga region.
The Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial officially celebrated the opening of its new pediatric emergency room last month.
Phishing, Vishing, SMiShing ... there are an array of sophisticated methods that cyberthieves can use to access PHI.
With increased patient responsibility, collecting for healthcare services can be difficult ... but there are some best practices providers can put in play to maximize timely payments.
Care 24/7 has relocated to Nashville and refocused its mission to help providers navigate MACRA and maximize revenue while improving provider-based population health management.
With the 2017 reporting window rapidly closing, a recent AMA/KPMG survey finds less than 25 percent of physician decision-makers feels 'well prepared' to meet requirements.
For more than 30 years, ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) have offered physicians an investment opportunity to perform eligible cases in an outpatient facility as an extension of their practice.
Oscar Health, a technology-driven health insurance startup based in New York has entered a strategic partnership with industry giant Humana to offer commercial health insurance to small businesses in the Nashville MSA.
The addition of W Squared brings 60 employees and industry leading back-office solutions to LBMC, the largest Tennessee-based professional business services firm and a top 50 national accounting firm.
AHIP's Marilyn Tavenner and AHA's Rick Pollack recently addressed federal reform efforts as the president and legislators grapple with repealing, replacing or repairing the country's healthcare system.
National construction firm DeAngelis Diamond chooses Nashville for new regional office location.
As healthcare shifts from volume to value, the way care is delivered impacts the places where it is delivered.
Residents of Sumner County and surrounding communities to benefit from new $5 million Emergency Room in Gallatin
The day before Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, the Nashville Health Care Council welcomed 650 members to hear top investment analysts discuss 2017 predictions for the healthcare industry at the annual "Wall Street's View on Prospects for the Health Care Industry" program.
The New Year always seems to instill a desire to reflect on the past and refocus for the future. Each shiny new January also brings about a resolve to make things better in the coming months ... whether that is to lose 10 pounds on a personal level or deploy innovative measures to address the obesity epidemic gripping Tennessee and the nation.
PwC's Health Research Institute looks at areas of interest to the industry in 2017 starting with the looming questions surrounding the Affordable Care Act.
A federal court injunction on impending overtime changes has put a temporary halt to the new rule that was set to go into effect Dec. 1. Sen. Lamar Alexander's reaction to this court ruling is below:
Federal courts on Monday began hearing the trial in a lawsuit against the proposed $54 billion merger between health insurance giants Anthem and Cigna. The suit was filed in July by the U.S. Department of Justice and numerous state Attorneys General, including the Attorney General of the State of Tennessee.
One in five Americans - 62 million people - live and work in rural areas. State Offices of Rural Health, other state and rural healthcare providers, industry partners, and agencies across the country will observe National Rural Health Day on Thursday, November 17, 2016.
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