Monthly Archives: April 2014

Population Health Management Program – May 29

Broad and Cassel is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the upcoming Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Population Health Management program. Topics covered will include reducing health care costs and improving employee health. Christine Burke Worthen, Of Counsel in … Continue reading

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Christine Burke Worthen Recently Published by ABA

Christine Burke Worthen, Of Counsel in our Fort Lauderdale office, was recently published by the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section. Please click here to read her article titled “Nonprofit Hospital Executive Pay: Revisiting ‘Reasonable Compensation’ in Light of the … Continue reading

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CMS Releases Interim Financial Results for ACOs Enrolled in the Medicare Shared Savings Program

By: Fred Segal On January 30, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) released interim financial results of the first contract year of its Shared Savings Program (“MSSP”). According to these results, ACOs that began the MSSP in … Continue reading

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Will We Ever Move Beyond a Patch for the “Doc Fix”?

By: Heather S. Miller Not surprising, House Speaker John Boehner announced there will be another twelve month patch for the 24% reduction in Medicare payments to physicians which is set to expire March 31st.   As expected, the House and Senate … Continue reading

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Electronic Health Records: Present State and Future Trends

By: Christine Burke Worthen Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), there has been a flurry of activity in the realm of electronic health records (EHRs). From the realization that EHRs are a vital component to effectively manage … Continue reading

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