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Efforts to Curb Surprise Medical Billing Go into Effect

A woman injures her ankle while jogging and goes to the local emergency department for treatment. Despite her injury, she makes sure to go to a hospital in her health plan’s network. Some weeks later...

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Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Workshop Series

In partnership with Dr. Todd Stitik, Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas is hosting workshops within the Musculoskeletal Workshop Series:  Hip Diagnostics and Injection Procedures,  Knee Diagnostics...

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Survey reveals limited access to continuous care, patient data

A recent report identified potential gaps in care among younger generations and barriers to patient data, both of which can lead to suboptimal health outcomes, an expert said.

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Health Officials Are Looking to Urgent Care to Bail Out Saturated EDs. Can You?

Urgent care as an industry is in a precarious position as the COVID-19 pandemic surge rages on. Driven by the most transmissible variant to date, multiple states and major cities are grappling with...

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ACR Joins "No Surprises Act" Lawsuit to Protect Patient Care

The American Society of Anesthesiologists  the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) today brought a lawsuit against the federal government ...

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New surprise billing regulations: How providers should be preparing to fulfill the pending requirement about good-faith estimates

Providers have had a mere three months to implement the processes needed to comply with a new requirement to furnish uninsured patients with good-faith price estimates ahead of services.