Tag Archives: Broad and Cassel

Uncertainty is Creating Fear, and Private Equity Claims to be the Savior

The following article, written by Heather S. Miller, was published by the Palm Beach County Medical Society. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and passage of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) and its primary vehicle, the Merit-Based Incentive … Continue reading

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Taking Florida into the Future with Telemedicine

The following article, written by Kristina G. Maranges, was published by the Florida Bar Health Law Section Winter 2017 Newsletter. On October 31, 2017, the Telehealth Advisory Council issued its recommendations to Florida Governor, Rick Scott, and the Florida Legislature on … Continue reading

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Have you seen CMS’ 32 measures under consideration for value based programs in 2018?

Visit this link for information directly from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

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Firm Client Tops Nation in Medicare Savings

Broad and Cassel client, Palm Beach Accountable Care Organization, tops the nation in Medicare savings, as detailed in the article below from the Palm Beach Post:  A doctor group based in Palm Beach County leads the country in saving taxpayers … Continue reading

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Predictive Analytics: New Frontiers in Hospital Pharmaceutical Inventory Management

The following article, written by Paul R. DeMuro, Ph.D. and Richard M. Klass, was published by South Florida Hospital News and Healthcare Report. It’s 3:00 a.m. The administrator on duty gets a frantic call from the pharmacy. “We ran out of … Continue reading

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Assistance with Rules Requiring Emergency Power

Emergency rules requiring emergency power sufficient to maintain an ambient temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit or below for 96 hours in nursing homes and assisted living facilities have just been announced. All nursing homes and assisted living facilities MUST submit an … Continue reading

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Jamie Gelfman Joins Broad and Cassel’s Health Law Team

FORT LAUDERDALE (Sept. 28, 2017) – Statewide law firm Broad and Cassel LLP today announced the addition of Associate Jamie Gelfman to the firm’s Health Law Practice Group in the Fort Lauderdale office. Prior to joining Broad and Cassel, Gelfman … Continue reading

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Retired CEO Howard Root to Headline Broad and Cassel Health Forum Oct. 11

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Aug. 24, 2017) — Broad and Cassel’s Health Law Practice Group will once again host national and local experts for discussions around today’s rapidly changing health care landscape at the annual Broad and Cassel Health Forum Oct. … Continue reading

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Medicare Fraud Strike Force Expands to Orlando

By: Mike Bittman In July 2017, the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services  opened a new Medicare Fraud Strike Force in Orlando, the third in Florida.   The original Medicare Fraud Strike Force opened in Miami in March … Continue reading

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Statewide Law Firm Helping Healthcare Clients Meet Challenges in a Rapidly Changing Environment

By: Daniel Casciato, South Florida Hospital News Healthcare law can sometimes be complex since it encompasses a number of traditional law practices such as corporate and litigation. Also, since the industry is highly regulated, healthcare attorneys are often necessary to … Continue reading

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