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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.
CMS pinpoints opportunities for treatment of serious mental illness, emotional disturbance
CMS issued a letter to state Medicaid directors announcing opportunities to design service delivery systems for adults with serious mental illness (SMI) and children with serious emotional...
Physician’s billing privileges properly revoked where he failed to maintain former practice records
A CMS contractor properly revoked the Medicare enrollment and billing privileges of a Florida physician who failed to maintain his own patient records from a former practice location, even though he...
Relators must connect the dots between claims, lack of compliance
It is not enough for a relator to assert that claims were false by their nature when bringing a qui tam action under the False Claims Act (FCA). A district court judge granted motions for summary...
CMS proposes to ease up on Medicaid Managed Care regs
CMS plans to alleviate regulatory burdens in the Medicaid managed care program by promoting flexibility, strengthening accountability, and enhancing program integrity under a new set of regulatory...