Posts Tagged: 2017

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: 1) 2017 was a big year for FDA digital health regulations. Healthcare IT News, December 26, 2017. The FDA revised regulatory processes, implemented a pre-certification program and released new guidance this year. 2) ‘Nobody Thought… Read the rest »

It’s that time of year, when you should alert your patients to impending health insurance deadlines. We can help your practice stay on top of the latest healthcare news, rules, regulations and trends.  Subscribe to stay current and up to date on important matters that will impact your practice.  (To subscribe to our blog click here).… Read the rest »

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: 1) State orders crackdown on McLaren Flint hospital’s water over Legionnaires’ concerns. Crain’s, February 14, 2017. MDHHS ordered independent water testing at McLaren Flint hospital after an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease. 2) Antitrust Rulings Put… Read the rest »

Many cybersecurity lessons were learned in 2016. We can help your practice stay on top of the latest healthcare news, rules, regulations and trends.  Subscribe to stay current and up to date on important matters that will impact your practice.  (To subscribe to our blog click here). Breaches, hacking, ransomware and more were rampant in 2016.… Read the rest »

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: 1) 10 Infant Deaths May Be Related to Teething Remedies, F.D.A. Says. The New York Times, October 18, 2016. The FDA is investigating the use of homeopathic teething gels and tablets in relation to 10… Read the rest »

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: 1) Pfizer to pay almost $785  million to resolve drug discount case. Crain’s, April 27, 2016. Pfizer is resolving a 14-year-old lawsuit filed alleging overcharging the government for drugs provided to hospitals. 2) Drug Prices… Read the rest »