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Accountable Care Organizations: Explained

One of the many ways the Affordable Care Act seeks to reduce health care costs is by encouraging doctors, hospitals and other health care providers to form networks that coordinate patient care and become eligible for bonuses when they deliver that care more efficiently. 885 more words

D&O, E&O, and EPLI Policies: What's the difference?

By: Joan Kassel, MLIS, CPIA, Jennifer Richard, ARM, RPLU, and Maureen Hains
Professional Risk Associates

When practices consolidate or expand to form Super Groups and… 835 more words

Medical Professional Liability

What's in a (business) name? Gold.

Yes, a rose by any other name is just as sweet. Yet it is still important to invest time and money to pick a distinctive, meaningful, easily-recalled business name. 414 more words


ACOS 2015 Ceramics Workshop Results

Every now and then as a potter, you have a brilliant firing – one where everything comes through perfectly. As you unpack these fired loads, you think, “WOW! 206 more words

Brisbane Ceramics

ACOS - what does that mean?

Asthma and COPD are both common lung diseases with very similar symptoms. Doctors have long had difficulty in diagnosing a patient when they presented with respiratory symptoms as to which category the patient falls into. 632 more words

Portable Oxygen

What Employers Want from ACOs for Better Population Health

When employers think about population health, they are thinking about the health of their workforce and their retirees. Employers want their workforce and their retirees to become and remain healthy. 701 more words

PHA Forum

Medicare Yet To Save Money Through Heralded Medical Payment Model

A high-profile Medicare experiment pushing doctors and hospitals to join together to operate more efficiently has yet to save the government money, with nearly half of the groups costing more than the government estimated their patients would normally cost, federal records show. 1,519 more words

The Health Law