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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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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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Paul R. DeMuro Reappointed Chair for American Medical Informatics Association Finance Committee

Attorney Paul R. DeMuro Ph.D., of counsel in the Fort Lauderdale office of Broad and Cassel, has been reappointed as Chair for the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Finance and Investment Committee and will serve a two-year term. AMIA centers … Continue reading

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Fourth Annual Broad and Cassel Health Forum Draws Record Crowd

More than 125 health care industry leaders gathered recently at the Fourth Annual Broad and Cassel Health Forum, held at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, near Fort Lauderdale.   Health care experts delivered compelling messages about trends in a … Continue reading

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Broad and Cassel to Host Fourth Annual Health Forum in September

Executives from The Advisory Board Company, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems, Florida Blue and Memorial Healthcare System will join our attorneys on September 12 for Broad and Cassel’s fourth annual Health Forum – “Health Care Delivery System Transformation: From Volume to … Continue reading

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Reasonable Compensation for Nonprofit Providers

Please click here to read Christine Burke Worthen’s recent article from The Advisory Board Company Health Care Law Rountable’s General Counsel Agenda (page 7).

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Christine Burke Worthen Published by AHLA

Christine Burke Worthen, Of Counsel in our Fort Lauderdale office, was recently published by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA). Her article, “Legal Considerations in Negotiating ACO Contracts: The New World of Risk Assumption, Enterprise Data Analytics, and Population Health Management,” … Continue reading

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Issues for Considering as you Move into the New Year

By: Stephen Siegel The last quarter of the year traditionally is reserved for reflection and making resolutions to implement improvements/changes in the new year. The truth of the matter is most of us are too busy to engage in reflection … Continue reading

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The law of unintended consequences: Will ACOs and clinical integration increase malpractice liability?

By: Stephen Siegel The emphasis on the coordinated delivery of health care items and services is the touchstone of the emerging health care delivery system. Accountable care organizations, clinically integrated delivery systems, patient-centered medical homes, bundled payment initiatives, etc. (collectively … Continue reading

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Second Annual Broad and Cassel Health Forum to Examine Future of Health Care Delivery

The Florida-based law firm Broad and Cassel is hosting the second annual Health Forum, “Clinical Integration, ACOs and the Future of Health Care Delivery,” on June 1, 2012 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, … Continue reading

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