Monthly Archives: March 2016

March 2016 Newsletter

Please visit this page for the March 2016 installment of Broad and Cassel’s “Health Law Update.”

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In-House Counsel Increasingly Must Focus on Data Analytics

By: Paul R. DeMuro The Obama Administration plans to move billions of dollars in Medicare payments into contracts that radically alter how hospitals and physicians are paid. The idea is to find alternative payment mechanisms to Medicare’s fee-for-service system that … Continue reading

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Department of Justice increases focus on organizational compliance

By: Gabriel Imperato The Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently articulated important enforcement policies and created the position of Compliance Counsel, which are expected to have a dramatic impact on criminal and civil prosecution of healthcare fraud matters. The policy … Continue reading

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Disclosing Patient Substance Abuse Information, It’s Complicated!

By: Heather Miller On February 5, the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) proposed changes to the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records regulations (42 CFR Part 2) “to facilitate information exchange within new health care models … Continue reading

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