Tag Archives: Healthcare Reform

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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Medicare Payment Change is A-Comin’

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) made a major announcement on Monday, January 26th about payment models under Medicare. ¬†For the first time and in a very aggressive manner, CMS set a firm timeframe for implementation of alternative … Continue reading

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