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October 2012 - Volume 9 - Issue 4

How prepared are you to defend your license to practice medicine if you are investigated by the Florida Department of Health?

When Judith Williamson joined VITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Broward County in 1990 as a caseworker, she was simply searching for a job.

Once upon a time, family doctors actually made house calls. When called by an anxious patient, parent or caregiver, they packed up impossibly large, black leather satchels and drove to the patient’s home

Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are gaining traction as providers collaborate in this new shared savings program alternative to traditional fee-for-service (read: fragmented, inefficient, over-utilized and soon-to-be-bankrupt) Medicare.

I firmly believe that marriage is between … a person who wants to watch “stupid” movies on TV and another person who want to move a bookcase.

As the debate over health care reform intensifies ahead of the November presidential and congressional elections, the University of Miami School of Business Administration is planning a conference

Telemedicine has been a boon to patients and providers, but can expose the parties to risks that are unique to this area.

With a big push for pre-payment claims audits started by First Coast Service Options in January of 2012 we are starting to hear the concern that many practices are expressing over these audits

The state of healthcare is at the brink of significant change. The passing of healthcare reform impacts everything from how health systems operate to the use of technology in managing and providing care.

In infants and young children, hypertension is a common disease with a prevalence below 1%, but when present, often reflects an underlying disease (secondary hypertension).

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