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Trump’s Win Expected to Bring Significant Legal and Regulatory Changes
Download our white paper, “Trump’s Win Expected to Bring Significant Legal and Regulatory Changes” for an analysis of the potential impact of the Trump Administration on Tax, Health Care and Life Sciences, Banking and Financial Services, Federal Securities, Antitrust and Competition Law, Labor and Employment Law, Employee Benefits, Payroll, Pension and Retirement, Energy and Environmental law, and Government Contracts.
Out with the old models, CJR model gets revamped
Changes to participation and refinements to payment are proposed for the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model under a Proposed rule announced on August 15, 2017. The Proposed rule also...
Court failed to properly consider impossibility of clearing Medicare appeals backlog
A federal district court’s order of mandamus commanding the HHS Secretary to clear Medicare appeals backlogs within a timeframe the Secretary stated was impossible to comply with was an abuse of...
Bonus incentives to business agent violated False Claims Act
A contractual arrangement under which Computer Science Corporation (CSC) was compensated as a business agent for billing to the federal government under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act...
Maine failed to report incidents involving developmentally disabled Medicaid beneficiaries
The state of Maine failed to adequately report incidents involving home and community-based services for Medicaid beneficiaries with developmental disabilities according to a new report by the HHS Off...