Category Archives: Healthcare Reform

Cost Conundrum for Value Based Care

The healthcare system is rapidly adopting alternative payment methodologies and overall moving away from the traditional fee for service system. The primary form of alternative payment is value based care, which is also broadly categorized as paying for quality as … Continue reading

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Is Value Based Care a Tortoise or a Hare?

Recently, my son has been listening to an adaptation of the classic story the tortoise and the hare. For those who may not remember the story, or have not listened to/read it recently, it is the parable for slow and … Continue reading

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Has the Stark Law Outlived Its Usefulness?

With healthcare gradually¬†(or rapidly) moving from a fee for service (“FFS”) world to a value-based care world, questions about the laws and regulations governing relationships within healthcare are increasing. The predominant current regulatory framework, exemplified by the Stark Law and … Continue reading

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