A new governor and many new legislators make 2019 a learning year as the state's top healthcare organizations seek to address a number of old issues and tweak some new solutions unveiled last year.
In an increasingly connected medical ecosystem where patient safety, health status improvement, and provider reimbursement are impacted at every point along the continuum, the need to efficiently, securely share data appears to have reached a tipping point.
Every company should have a succession plan. LHC plays a key role in planning for the next generation of leaders for an entire industry.
In late January, officials with Vanderbilt University School of Nursing hosted a grand opening event to celebrate completion of their $23.6 million expansion project that includes technologically advanced classrooms and simulation lab, along with student services offices.
On Feb. 11, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services posted the following information and links to resources regarding new interoperability rules:
Three medical technology companies are first to adopt new data portability model for blood pressure monitoring devices
PYA, a national management consulting and accounting firm, recently released a white paper that examines the past, present, and future of direct primary care services.
Major themes from the discussion included M&A activity, drug pricing and the overall strength of the sector. The panelists identified several trends for investors to watch, and all agreed that the push for Medicare-for-all has begun to die down and will not see real movement moving forward.
Healthcare providers remain under close scrutiny by regulators amid uncertainty at the highest levels of government, regulatory developments impacting the enforcement environment, and key cases interpreting the False Claims Act (FCA), according to the Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Review 2018 released today by Bass, Berry & Sims.
While healthcare faces a lot of unknowns in the coming year, two national experts shared their expectations for 2019 with insights into trends and market forces.
When setting 2019 goals, don't forget to update compliance plans to maximize effectiveness and stay on the right side of regulations.
One of the most complex provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in December 2017 is the deduction related to pass-through entities, also known as Sec. 199A.
Area financial and business services experts share tips and insights to get the year off to a strong start.
For those in the healthcare industry, Hospital Corporation of America's far-reaching impact is well known. The company, founded in 1968, hit a milestone 50th anniversary in 2018.
Veteran healthcare CEO Joey Jacobs is out at Acadia Healthcare following a Sunday board meeting that ousted the behavioral health giant's well-known leader.
Medicare Part B representative from Palmetto GBA offered updates and resources to navigate compliance.
Five years into the Medicare Shared Savings Program, more and more ACOs are beginning to demonstrate the ability to improve quality while lowering costs.
The time to think about a durable power of attorney is long before it's needed. Barbara Moss discusses the importance of the document in healthcare.
The Tennessee Hospital Association held its 80th annual meeting last month, including installation of new officers.
Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) today honored 26 hospital administrators, employees and volunteers during its 2018 Annual Meeting. The awards luncheon was held at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.
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