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Home health care is facing devastating ‘clawbacks’

Terry Wilcox’s grandmother lived in an isolated house at the top of a hill overlooking the magical mountains and valleys of the Ozarks until, as she tells it, “the day we literally had to drag her…

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Pain medicine practice agrees to pay $1M to resolve violations under the controlled substances act, false claims act

Kenneth Barngrover, M.D., and his practice, Southeast Regional Pain Center (SRPC), in Columbus, Georgia, has agreed to a $1,000,000 civil penalty to resolve allegations that the pain medicine…

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Report: With highest shortage of home healthcare workers, NY raises wages

According to a Mercer study from 2021, the state had the lowest ranked workforce shortage nationwide. But since last year, efforts have been made to attract more aides, including several pay wage…

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Streamlining Prior Authorization Through Automation With Blue Cross’ Deb Vona

The payer’s senior director of business operations speaks on a new pilot program that significantly reduces approval times. …

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13.9% of Adults Who Test Positive for COVID-19 Experience Long COVID, Study Finds

Researchers found that completion of the primary series of COVID vaccination before acute COVID-19 illness was associated with a lower risk of long COVID. …

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