Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has announced an opportunity for providers who missed Reporting Period #1. This would apply to providers who have received letters requesting repayments of the provider relief fund payments they received.
The last major update to HIPAA came back in 2013, but all signs point to another update coming this year, in addition to, the minor changes and guidance previously established in February. Following is what to expect in 2022 from a data security, availability, and sharing perspective.
Understanding and optimizing revenue healthcare management in healthcare holds the key to efficient operations and better patient experiences.
State Agencies and Accrediting Organizations monitor compliance with Medicare’s Conditions of Participation for Hospitals by conducting unannounced surveys. Hospital Compliance personnel can use this data set to identify common areas of deficiencies, trends and specific circumstances for each deficiency. This blog explores the most recent update that was posted in December 2021.
The Provider Relief Fund Reporting Portal has opened for period 2 and the HRSA has issued new guidance. This article includes all of the resources you need to be up-to-date on reporting needs!
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has transformed the business landscape over the past few years. In this article you will learn some ESG areas that healthcare entities should consider measuring and reporting.
Following its commitment to bring the best healthcare industry expertise to its service offerings, Dean Dorton Allen Ford, PLLC (Dean Dorton) is proud to announce the addition of Eric Riley to the firm’s healthcare consulting team.
On November 2, 2021, the CMS released the Calendar Year 2022 Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) and Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) Payment System final rule.
In December of 2020, former President Trump signed the No Surprises Act, which establishes the patient with protections against surprise medical bills. We have all the information you need, to make sure your are prepared, and not surprised, by the No Surprises Act.
No one wants their data to be hacked and used for nefarious gain. Employees, customers, clients, patients, students, and vendors are depending on your organization to protect their data. Compliance can get complex and seemingly overwhelming quickly. Below are examples of data protections requirements.