- Cheating the system
- Health Policy Journal Club
- ACA 2014 Update [Podcast]
- ER Closures & Mortality at Nearby Hospitals
- Bundled payment experiment fails
- Who’s Responsible for Decreased Health Care Spending?
- The Patient-Centered Medical Home
- Will Medicaid gains offset DSH cuts?
The controversial practice of using electronic health record (EHR) systems to “upcode” Medicare claims has attracted the attention of policymakers and triggered targeted audits by the Department [...]
The next Health Policy Journal Club will be today, October 14, 2014 at 7pm. Oporto Cafe 3833 Richmond Ave, Houston, Texas 77027 “A Comparison Of Hospital Administrative Costs In Eight Nations: [...]
Drs. Seth Treuger and Matt Pirotte recorded an update on the Affordable Care Act provisions and what medical students should know. I suppose that means that doctors should know that too. Please [...]
There has been an increase in demand for emergency care in the U.S., yet access to emergency rooms is diminishing. From 1996 to 2009, annual visits to Emergency Departments (EDs) increased by 51% [...]
As stakeholders implement the Affordable Care Act (ACA), innovative payment models are developing faster than practical applications. Bundled payments, defined as “a fixed payment that covers the [...]
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