Monthly Archives: January 2016

Heather Miller Appointed Vice Chair of the Board for TrustBridge Health

Statewide law firm Broad and Cassel today announced Heather Miller has been appointed vice chair of the board for TrustBridge Health, the appellation that combines former organizations known as Hospice by the Sea, Hospice of Broward County, Hospice of Palm … Continue reading

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Demystifying Data Analytics for General Counsel

By: Paul DeMuro One cannot go anywhere these days and not hear about data analytics and big data. These concepts are becoming increasingly relevant in health care. We see applications in banking (electronic banking) and the use of customer data … Continue reading

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6 ways health care providers can reduce fraud, waste and abuse risks in 2016

By: Michael Bittman Health care providers such as hospitals and doctors face a variety of legal risks: malpractice, tax, and fraud, waste and abuse. Recent cases have shown that fraud, waste and abuse exposure can dwarf the risk of malpractice … Continue reading

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A New Year for Collecting Deductibles and Coinsurance Payments

By: Stephen Siegel January 1 was the first day of the New Year. Many events and efforts begin on the first day of the year, including the start of a new insurance claims cycle – which brings with it new … Continue reading

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