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Episode 5: Exclusion Screening

  •   Podcast
  •   5/4/2016
  •   Tripp Matthews, Ashley Hudson, Erin Archer

In this very educational episode, Erin Archer of Exclusion Screening, LLC and Ashley Hudson of Liles Parker PLLC educate me on Exclusion Screening - both the company and the Requirement. We discuss the difference between Exclusion Screening and a background check; what constitutes an exclusion; the perils of employing an excluded individual; and which individuals should be screened.

This conversation is a great primer for the webinar scheduled for late June, which will be led by these two attorneys.

This engagement was so informative that we are going to add this as a monthly podcast episode entitled "Legally Blonde" which will cover all aspects of Legal matters throughout the healthcare industry.

Exclusion Screening, LLC's website: www.exclusionscreening.com

Liles Parker's website: www.lilesparker.com

Curaport's website: www.curaport.com

Please download and leave a review on iTunes, and thank you for listening!

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Leading 18 to 75

  •   Article
  •   4/1/2016
  •   Penny Lovitt, MSN,RN, Founder, OHEN Consulting

Leadership teams across the industry are facing a multitude of interesting demands. In the Healthcare space, executives are tasked more than ever with running their organizations with leaner margins, yet rising regulatory pressure.

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DME A/R Best Practices

  •   Article
  •   2/26/2016
  •   Lorie Owens, COS-C, Consultant, Healthcare Office Solutions

With the New Year in full swing have you implemented A/R practices that will allow you to meet the goals you have ahead? Do you have your “finger on the pulse” of your business? And what will you be measuring this year?

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Care Coordination Technology Could Save Billions

  •   Article
  •   1/23/2016
  •   Tim Rowan, Editor, Home Care Tech Report

With this month's CMS announcement that another 121 Accountable Care Organizations have been certified, the total now comes to 477 ACOs in 49 states and the District of Columbia. As the new bundled payment, shared savings, and shared risk programs fall into place over time, these ACOs will be looking to coordinate care with the post-acute care community to keep costs under control and hospital 30-day readmissions down.

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