Facebook to Crackdown on Prescription Drug Advertisement

You’re scrolling through Facebook and up pop ads for medications used to treat everything from ADHD to HIV. You may ...
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Feds Recover $3.1B in FY 2020 Resulting From Healthcare Fraud Investigations

The federal government recouped nearly $3.1 billion last year following investigations into healthcare fraud, according to a new report released ...
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CMS Proposes Permanently Covering Audio-Only Telehealth for Mental Health Services

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released its proposed 2022 Physician Fee Schedule, which includes payment rates ...
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DME Owners Face Stiff Prison Sentence in Kickback Case

The owners and operators of two Dallas, Texas-based durable medical equipment companies recently were convicted of one count of conspiracy ...
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As Telehealth Waivers Expire, Now What?

Telehealth waivers issued during the COVID-19 pandemic that loosened government regulations and reimbursement requirements have or will be coming to ...
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Are You Complying with Information Blocking Rules?

Healthcare providers who fail to give patients access to their electronic health records without charge and without delay may be ...
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Cybersecurity hacking

OIG Work Plan Prioritizes Cybersecurity as Cases Rise

Last October, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Department of Health and Human ...
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OSHA Issues COVID-19 Standards for Healthcare Workers

It took six months, from the time President Joseph Biden issued an Executive Order, until the U.S. Department of Labor’s ...
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Can Healthcare Providers Offer Covid Vaccination Incentives?

It’s estimated that a little more than 42 percent of Americans have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and nearly 52 ...
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Clinical Lab Settles HIPAA Violation Case

A Georgia-based clinical laboratory recently agreed to pay $25,000 to The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department ...
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