As we round the corner into the final months of the year, we can begin to reflect on the most significant advances over the year. As predicted, technology in global healthcare has undergone an unprecedented transformation in 2019, and 2020 is not going to pale in comparison.  What’s hot is not only these advances in

Cyber-security incident prevention has been at the top of the list of Health IT agendas in recent years, and pressure will only grow more intense as we turn the corner into 2020.  An explosion of systems exploitation in recent months has caused Health IT professionals to be more vigilant than ever to implement procedures to

On August 17, 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that it is adding a sub-section (3.2) into Chapter 3 of its Medicare Program Integrity Manual (MPIM, Publication 100-08) entitled “Verifying Potential Errors and Taking Corrective Actions,” The new section references Medicare’s Targeted Probe and Educate (TPE) Program, first initiated as

Qui Tam lawsuits are what we also refer to as whistleblower suits, whereby a private individual assists the government with the prosecution of illegal activities and can receive all or part of any penalty imposed.

In healthcare, these usually involve False Claims Act (FCA) allegations directly against a provider. But the provider is not always