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After weeks of secret meetings, Senate Republicans have released a ‘discussion draft’ of their proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and hope to rush the sweeping legislation to a Senate floor vote before the July 4 recess.
More small practices can quality for exclusions from the Quality Payment Program (QPP), claim hardship exceptions from electronic health record (EHR) requirements or earn automatic bonus points if the proposed QPP rule released June 20 is finalized.
In the regulatory update of the June 5, 2017, issue, Part B News talked to a legal expert about the medical liability reforms proposed in the Trump HHS budget. To follow are some more of his thoughts on those reforms.
Two incidents at a health center operated by New York-based St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center show that sending a fax can turn an act that should have cost the organization a few cents into a settlement that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

If someone uses fake ID at your practice, you can tell the cops all about it -- but release the alleged perp's name to the press and you may get a $2.4 million fine.


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