Latest Publications

Share:

Proposed 2018 SMFP Need Determinations

The State Health Coordinating Council has published the Proposed 2018 State Medical Facilities Plan (“SMFP”), which includes need determinations of interest to a number of different types of providers. All of the proposed...more

Agape Take Two - 4th Circuit Court of Appeals Rules on FCA Statistical Sampling Case

Last May, we reported on a False Claims Act (FCA) case pending in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals regarding a claim brought in the U.S. District Court in South Carolina against a network of 24 nursing home providers...more

Shorts On Long Term Care March 2017 - News for the NC LTC Community

Thursdays with Mama - Life has a rhythm, a symmetry, a meter, a metric. It’s rarely smooth or perfect. It’s knots and knuckles, bumps and bruises. It’s rough and tumble. It sings its own song in its own...more

Final 2017 SMFP Need Determinations

The 2017 State Medical Facilities Plan (SMFP) was approved by Governor McCrory on December 14, 2016, and has been issued effective January 1, 2017. It includes need determinations of interest to a number of different types of...more

Corridors - June 2016 - News for North Carolina Hospitals

Final CMS Rule on the Reporting and Returning of Medicare Overpayments Is a Wake-Up Call for Physicians - Effective March 14, 2016, a final rule published in February 2016 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...more

Statistical Sampling in FCA Case Under Review by 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

The issue of using statistical sampling in federal False Claims Act (FCA) cases has come to the fore in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, following a U.S. District Court decision denying its use in a case brought in South...more

Final 2016 SMFP Need Determinations

The 2016 State Medical Facilities Plan (SMFP) was approved by Governor McCrory on December 15, 2015, and has been issued effective January 1, 2016. It includes several need determinations of interest to hospitals. These...more

Proposed CON and Reporting Rules in the Works at DHHS - Corridors January 2016

The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services (the Department) has recently proposed changes to the rules governing health service facilities, including hospitals. The Department’s Healthcare Planning and Certificate of...more

Corridors - January 2016 - News for North Carolina Hospitals

Final Stark Rule Changes Adopt New Exceptions For Hospitals and Significant Clarifications - In the Medicare Fee Schedule Final Rule with Comment Period for calendar year 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid...more

Final Curtain Call for Tuomey: Long-Running FCA/Stark Case Settled

After 10 years of litigation, including two trials and appeals to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Tuomey Healthcare System (Tuomey) have entered into a settlement of DOJ's action...more

The Health Law Guide to Hospital Operations

This operations guide provides a brief look at health law issues hospitals deal with on a daily basis. While a detailed coverage of the elements, drafting, implementation and continued governance of a hospital compliance...more

Hospital Options for Unused Long Term Care Beds - Corridors Newsletter Fall 2014

A number of hospitals in North Carolina have skilled nursing beds in their bed inventory. According to the Proposed 2015 State Medical Facilities Plan (SMFP), 1,652 of the 45,724 (or approximately 4 percent) of the licensed...more

Corridors Fall 2014 - News for NC Hospitals

In this issue: - North Carolina’s Medicaid RAC Program – Don’t Let Your Guard Down - A Primer on Medicare Requirements for Physician Supervision of “Incident to” Services - Hospital Options for Unused...more

Shorts on Long Term Care - Summer 2014

In this issue: - Nursing Facility Survey Trends: Directed Plans of Correction, Privacy Violations and FTag 520 Quality Assurance Committee Citations - COBRA Meets ACA – Time to Update COBRA Notices -...more

14 Results
/
View per page
Page: of 1

"My best business intelligence,
in one easy email…"

Your first step to building a free, personalized, morning email brief covering pertinent authors and topics on JD Supra:
Sign up using*

Already signed up? Log in here

*By using the service, you signify your acceptance of JD Supra's Privacy Policy.
*With LinkedIn, you don't need to create a separate login to manage your free JD Supra account, and we can make suggestions based on your needs and interests. We will not post anything on LinkedIn in your name. Or, sign up using your email address.