- On April 18, 2012, the Department of Justice announced that a Detroit-area patient recruiter plead guilty to Medicare fraud.
- On March 8, 2012, DOJ announced a Residential Youth Treatment Facility for Medicaid Recipients in Marion, Virginia, Agreed to Pay $6.85 Million to Settle Allegations of It Providing Substandard Adolescent Psychiatric Services In Order For It to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations
- Georgia-Based Radiation Oncology Practice to Pay $3.8 Million to Settle False Claims Act Case
- When Does A Citizen Not Have A Right To A Jury Before the Government Takes His/Her Money or Property?
- If it sounds too good to be true in the healthcare business, it probably is.
- Terrible Twos on Physicians’ DEA And Medical Board Responsibilities
- health care on Miami-Area Doctor Pleads Guilty in $25 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme
- Alayna on Complying with Medicare Signature Requirements
- Icenceawaby on CMS’ Recovery Audit Contractors [RAC] Identify Alleged Improper Medicare Payments On A Bounty System And Any Healthcare Provider Is The Target
- Inspirational Quotes on Even JOHNS HOPKINS BAYVIEW MEDICAL CENTER WAS NOT IMMUNE FROM FALSE CLAIMS ACT CHARGES AND HAD TO SETTLE THE CASE. ARE YOU?
- ADA & 504
- Agency For Healthcare Research and Quality
- Center for Medicare Medicaid Services CMS
- Compliance Programs
- Defensive Medicine
- Department of Justice DOJ
- Drug Enforcement Agency DEA
- Fraud Avoidance
- HIPAA & HITECH
- Malpractice Avoidance
- Medical Boards
- Medicare Advantage Organizations
- Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
- Office of Inspector General OIG
- Public Health Service (PHS)
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Watchout For Scams- If it sounds too good to be true in the healthcare business, it probably is just that.
If you believe that you may have become a victim of a scam or that someone is trying to victimize you, please feel free to contact Haberslaw to protect your practice. The Article below demonstrates what others have found to be … Continue reading
As a courtesy of Haberslaw and a public service, Haberslaw is bringing to you the following Question and Answers concerning your DEA and Medical Board responsibilities, as to controlled substance. Having commonly asked Questions and Answers concerning DEA and Medical Board drug issues is an … Continue reading
As a courtesy of Haberslaw and a public service, Haberslaw is bringing to you the Federation of State Medical Boards [FSMB] Model Policy for Controlled Substances in its entirity. Having a copy of the policy and implementing it are two different … Continue reading
More Compelling Information Concerning What Providers Need To Know Concerning ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATIONS, ACOs, Since CMS Issues Its Proposed Regulations.
Haberslaw advises physicians and other healthcare providers: This article is further preliminary information for healthcare Providers [physicians and hospital administrators] concerning Accountable Care Organizations, ACOs, based upon CMS’ proposed regulations for its’ Shared Savings Program. It is not intended to be exhaustive but, … Continue reading
The below is an Advisory Opinion of the Office of Inspector General that has been requested concerning a joint venture which would establish a pharmacy as described in the Advisory Opinion. Advisory Opinions can be requested to afford the requestor guidance … Continue reading
Disclaimer The material contained in this blog or on our website is provided solely for informational purposes and not intended to be a substitute for legal counsel. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not … Continue reading
Haberslaw advises administrators, physicians and other healthcare providers: The newest and hottest mechanism devised by CMS to adjust for our demographic dysfunction and the pilfering from Medicare of 500 Billion dollars by the Healthcare Reform Act’s supporters is the Accountable … Continue reading
CMS’ Recovery Audit Contractors [RAC] Identify Alleged Improper Medicare Payments On A Bounty System And Any Healthcare Provider Is The Target
Haberslaw advises all healthcare providers and facilities: CMS has already initiated its bounty hunter system as to physicians and facilities for recovery of expended funds. That means that the targeted provider must repay the challenged payments which are predicated upon … Continue reading
When it comes to efficiency in healthcare, public policy rewards the practitioner who can make a “better mouse trap” for less. When doctors sue for antitrust violations, it is advantageous if they can legitimately present themselves as being efficient medical … Continue reading