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Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: 1) Want to avoid a drug pricing backlash? Keep the cost to yourself. STAT, April 12, 2017. Drug companies are delaying price announcements to avoid negative publicity. 2) Lawyers working at Guantanamo sue Pentagon over… 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) Serial testers and cursory checks: India’s flawed generic drug trials business. Reuters, December 27, 2016. International guidelines for drug testing are not followed in India. 2) U.S. posts rules for addressing cyber bugs in… 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) EpiPen Manufacturer will be a No-Show at Senate Hearing. AP, November 21, 2016. Mylan is refusing to testify on a settlement over its EpiPen. 2) CMS seeks to block supplemental Medicaid payments to providers.… 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) Amgen, Novartis aim for big, crowded migraine market after new drug data. Reuters, November 17, 2016. Fewer debilitating headaches were reported after trial participants used the drug erenumab. 2) Walgreens Claims Theranos Voided 11.3%… Read the rest »

It’s the final countdown. There is less than one month until the October 1, 2015 deadline to switch claims processing to ICD-10 coding. We can help your practice stay on top of the latest health care news, rules, regulations and trends.  Subscribe to stay current and up to date on important matters that will impact… 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) Why Many Doctors Don’t Follow ‘Best Practices.’ NPR, April 22, 2015. Despite the focus on evidence-based medicine, many doctors do not follow clinical guidelines set by leading medical groups. 2) OIG says governing boards… Read the rest »