Should your practice form a MIPS Virtual Group? Doug Schoeneman explains what these groups are, how to form them and why certain physicians may want to avoid doing so.
Not every foster home complies with basic health and safety regulations. For the 250,000 foster children in America, where you live can make all the difference.
Opioids continue to claim more lives each year than both guns and automobile accidents. It's a national health emergency. But progress remains to be seen. Dan Duggan explains how research is the key to preventing deaths and addiction from opioid abuse.
What exactly is the FCA? Jamie Frantz explains the law, its consequences and how individuals can benefit from it.
Opioids are now a public health emergency. But privacy laws can cause confusion. The OCR clarifies.
Kirstin Cash outlines the latest technological marvel, its pros and its cons.
Aegis's Ryan Whitney explains why compliance professionals can be the best at keeping the New Year resolutions.
Charden T. Virgil, MPH Associate Aegis Compliance & Ethics Center, LLP Houston Home Health Agency Owner Sentenced to 480 Months in Prison According to an article released by the US Department of Justice (“DOJ”), US District Judge Sim Lake sentenced the operator and owner of five Houston, Texas area home health agencies to 40 years [...]
How will clinicians be reimbursed in 2018? Doug Schoeneman gives part 2 of his two part series explaining the MIPS payment structure and advanced APMs.
How will clinicians be reimbursed in 2018? Doug Schoeneman gives part 1 of his two part series explaining the MIPS payment structure.
Analyst Julie Morales reveals six tips to ensure your coverage analysis covers it all.
Katie Lavin explains the new reimbursement model and how it will reduce Medicare overpayments.
Madeline Hiebel discusses the latest push from PhRMA in curbing the opioid crisis with new DEA enforcement measures not seen since 1970.
Compliance with FDA Nutrition Labels is delayed. Kirstin Cash explains why this might delay a fix to America's declining health.
Aegis's Scott Simpson outlines important features that you should include in your billing grid.
Aegis's Brian Annulis covers a recent HIPAA-related development in the Oregon court system.
Client Alert on newest cyber-threat and what to do.
Ryan Meade offers important guidance on the language contained in clinical research budgets.
Diego Valenzuela discusses the latest proposed amendments to the Dodd Frank act and how not all of it may be good for consumers.
Aegis's Travis Bergman discusses the the current plight of Medicaid agencies
Angie Finnigan walks us through the three requirements for TCM compliance.
Jamie Frantz breaks down what auditors will look for when reviewing teaching physician guideline compliance.
Rylee Ashmore discusses the lack of privacy regulations in genetic testing and why the new science may present ethical dilemmas.
Chris Conway discusses why a person's job title influences their self-image and why that can cause problems in compliance.
Mary Buckley breaks down the latest OIG report that reveals a startling lack of protection for whistleblowers.
Kathleen Spears explains how the latest FCA allegations may not be a wide-spread scheme like the DOJ claims.
Aegis's Kaitlin Lavin discusses the latest bill working through Congress and what it means for administrative law.
Aegis's Senior Analyst Kirstin Cash explores how Blockchain technology could revolutionize the healthcare industry.
Aegis's Sarah Couture takes a look at the current state of compliance in the long term care industry and why things will be changing come 2019.
Following recent hurricane activity, Aegis Analyst D. Duggan examines the newest emergency preparedness guidelines.
Aegis Associate R. Whitney discusses recent OIG report and what it means for seniors and their families.