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Interlocutory appeal denied on Bayer’s liability for false claims related to Trasylol®
Bayer argued that an appellate court should decide whether a fixed-fee payment system renders any alleged fraud regarding Bayer’s drug Trasylol® immaterial as a matter of law, as the...
HHS issues final rule on LTC facility arbitration agreements
HHS revisits arbitration prohibition, allowing more flexibility for facilities by repealing the prohibition on LTC facilities entering into pre-dispute, binding arbitration agreements with their...
Facts alleged in EMTALA lawsuit complaint undermined claims
A plaintiff’s factual allegations undermined her claims that a hospital violated EMTALA when it treated her mother, because by pleading that the hospital determined that the mother had an...
Home health payment reform finally draws near
Home health payments will drop to 30 day units and receive a 1.5 percent update, while incorporating patient characteristics into consideration for case-mix groups.
Opioid use by Medicare Part D beneficiaries declines in 2018
Opioid use has decreased among Part D beneficiaries along with an increase in MAT services for disorder in the past two years.