Rich Corbridge, CIO at Boots UK and Ireland, discusses how the pandemic transformed clinician and patient attitudes toward technology and how digital tools can help improve personalized healthcare.
Month: March 2022
HHS Reduced Medicare Appeals Backlog by 88% During FY 2022 Q1
With the recent 88 percent reduction of the Medicare appeals backlog, HHS is on track to meet its court-ordered goal of clearing the backlog by the end of FY 2022.
Salisbury Medical Practice Pays the United States Over $286,000 to Resolve Claims that it Billed for Medical Services Not Provided
Peninsula Internal Medicine, L.L.C., a medical practice located in Salisbury, Maryland, and the Estate of Candy Burns have paid the United States $286,631.33 to settle allegations that Peninsula Internal Medicine (“PIM”) and its former owner, Candy Burns, submitted false claims to the United States for medical services that were not provided.
Windham Eye Care Practice and its Owners Pay $192K for Employing “Excluded” Individual
Leonard C Boyle, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that WINDHAM EYE GROUP, P.C., an ophthalmological medical practice located in Windham, and its owners, DANA WOODS, M.D. and WILLIAM KAUFOLD, M.D., have entered into a civil settlement agreement with the federal and state governments to resolve allegations that they improperly employed an individual who was excluded from all federal healthcare programs.