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July 2013 - Volume 10 - Issue 1


Happy Anniversary to one and all — our irreplaceable colleagues and friends Judy, Nancy and Mark, and our faithful printers at Stuart Web.

In 2008, the federal government proposed a new rule that would require all physician practices and clinical laboratories to use a new coding set

This year proudly marks the 40th anniversary of United HomeCare® (UHC), one of the largest home health and community care organizations in South Florida

South Miami Hospital, located at 6200 SW 73 Street in Miami, has several significant accomplishments over the last 10 years to celebrate.  

A $40 million major upgrade to the Miami VA Healthcare System’s operating rooms has made the center’s surgical care capabilities second to none in the region.

Doomsday predictions certainly abound - Heaven’s Gate, Y2K, the Mayan apocalypse – and they all came and went with a fizzle. ICD-10 has its own group of “end of the healthcare world as we know it” zealots who predict catastrophe for the transition of code sets.

Last month’s column focused on three of the most likely trends that will be consequences of the HIPAA HITECH rule.

Forming an ACO brings together individuals and organizations which have, most likely, not associated in the past.

On June 5, 2013, Governor Rick Scott signed into law Senate Bill 1792, which made significant changes to Florida law governing medical malpractice claims.

Kimberley Jutras Graham, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nursing Officer for community hospital Broward Health Coral Springs (BHCS), has a proven track record of advancing the quality and safety of patient care.

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