Recent changes in federal regulations may expose Medicare and Medicaid providers, particularly physicians, to tougher sanctions. Last year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ("CMS") published a rule that expands its authority
Dr. Mark Everett has only been president of the Miami Dade College Medical Campus since Jan. 4, but he is already spearheading efforts to expand and improve opportunities for students.
One of the best ways to learn anything is to practice, and this is especially true for students in the health care field. In addition to working in a clinical setting to gain the hands-on training that they need to care for patients,
The last number of years has seen significant increases in the overall quality and availability of healthcare in South Florida. From primary care to the most complex diagnosis and treatment, the region now offers locals many reasons to stay close to home
Accounting and tax developments will pave the way for necessary compliance while opening doors to strategic financial moves for health care organizations. Developments in revenue recognition, leases, impairments
The past five years in healthcare have been exciting, with several market trends creating opportunity for hospitals, physician groups and investors. Hospitals have been expanding their presence and market leadership through M&A,
It is with great pleasure that I serve as Communications Chair Elect for the South Florida Healthcare Executives Forum (SFHEF) this year. I have been a proud member of the American College of Healthcare Executives
I was recently speaking to a nurse about the increased and heightened awareness surrounding patient care over the past five years. Under her breath she mumbled, “Yeah, many of these patients want us to treat them like guests at the Ritz…”