The LLC structure eliminates the formalities the corporation has, such as the Board of Directors, officers and shareholders as well as all the internal reporting requirements for each of those formalities, which makes an LLC very easy to operate and maintain. Read More
Established as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare’s Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP) attempts to create an incentive for hospitals to cut down the number of readmissions they have for various types of acute care. As of 2017, these types of care include:

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The procedure for voluntary self-disclosure of actual or potential Stark Law (federal physician self-referral law) violations has changed. As of June 1st, 2017, those providers wishing to make a Stark Law self-referral disclosure must submit all relevant information via Form CMS-10328 which includ Read More
A group of regulations under the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 affects millions of individuals and entities in the United States, changing the daily business operations of organizations in a variety of industries. Are you one of the many whose business has Read More
Also known as a restrictive covenant, a noncompetition clause, or covenant not to compete, a physician non-compete agreement is a clause in the contract between the employer and physician that imposes certain limits on where a physician may practice after the employment covered by the contract ends Read More
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Under Stark law, doctors are prevented from making self-referrals. More precisely, physicians are restricted from referring Medicare and Medicaid patients to a DHS (designated health services) provider if that provider has a financial relationship with the physician. Fines are substantial so it’s w Read More
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