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Supreme Court Upholds the False Claims Act Implied Certification Theory

By: Stephen Siegel The following article was published in the July 2016 edition of South Florida Hospital News and Healthcare Report. TREBLE DAMAGES PLUS A PENALTY of as much as $11,000 per claim; that is the exposure a physician, hospital … Continue reading

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Second Annual Broad and Cassel Health Forum Receives Rave Reviews

“I was extremely pleased with the logical and clear explanation of the current ACO environment and the realistic view of the future healthcare landscape,” wrote one of the nearly 100 attendees at the recent Second Annual Broad and Cassel Health … Continue reading

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Primary Care Shortage

By Mike Segal A recent Washington Post article discusses in some depth the primary care shortage in this country and the critical need to address that. It says, “The greatest threat to the health overhaul might not be the Supreme … Continue reading

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2012 is Going to Be a Busy Year

By Stephen Siegel 2012 is shaping up to be critical for the effort to implement the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”) that are designed to reform the nation’s healthcare delivery and reimbursement systems through the … Continue reading

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