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The Next Generation ACO Model – CMS’s Most Crucial Experiment Yet?

By: Fred Segal After its first two “performance years,” the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), established by the Affordable Care Act, and launched in 2012 by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, has … Continue reading

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Stephen Siegel Named Vice Chair of Miami Chamber Healthcare Committee

We are pleased to announce that Stephen Siegel, of counsel in the firm’s Miami office, has been named vice chair of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Committee. Siegel will serve in this capacity during the chamber’s 2014-2015 fiscal year. … Continue reading

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Florida Shifts Medicaid Mental Health Strategy

Kaiser Health News today published information about state experimentation to coordinate physical and mental health care for those enrolled in Medicaid. Florida recently became the first state to offer a Medicaid health plan designed exclusively for people with serious mental … Continue reading

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Clearing the Clutter: Wading Through Health Care

Please click here to see Christine Burke Worthen’s recent article in i4 Business magazine, where she provides a list of resources for professionals to stay abreast of health care reform.

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In Need of a New Hip, but Priced Out of the U.S.

By: Mike Segal In a front page article in its Sunday, August 4, edition, the New York Times discusses the very significant differences between a hip replacement performed in the U.S. as contrasted with one done in Belgium, based upon … Continue reading

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