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Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 9

  • Anatomy of a Provider-Merger Antitrust Challenge (Part 6)

Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 8

  • Two Laboratories Settle Claims Regarding Specimen Processing Fees
  • Medigap Insurer's Contract with Preferred Hospital Network Approved (Yet Again)

Construction OberView >
May 2015

  • Letters of Intent: What Do They Really Do?
  • Using Drones On Your Construction Project - Are You Ready?
  • Ober|Kaler's Construction Group Helps Client Win Bid Protest in Connecticut and Secure $153,000,000 Public Works Contract

Payment Matters >
May 1, 2015

  • CMS Issues DSH Ruling 1498-R2
  • CMS Releases Proposed IPPS Rule
  • Challenge to DSH Adjustment Estimates Barred by Statute

Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 7 - Focus on Fraud and Abuse

  • New Compliance Guidance for Health Care Boards
  • Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act: Paving the Way for Broader Gainsharing Activities

Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 6

  • Open Season on Provider-controlled Licensing Boards
  • OIG Nixes Arrangements Involving Free Tests
  • Anatomy of a Provider-Merger Antitrust Challenge (Part 5)

Payment Matters >
April 3, 2015

  • "Next Generation" ACO Model Announced by CMS
  • ABN Flunks Medicare Test
  • Selected CMS Guidance for Billing for Skilled Nursing Facility Services

Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 5 - Focus on White Collar

  • The Pitfalls of Settling Qui Tam Lawsuits
  • Worthless Services Investigations and Settlements: The Enforcement Trend Continues
  • Medigap Deductible Discount Proposal Approved by OIG
  • Anatomy of a Provider-Merger Antitrust Challenge (Part 4)

Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 4

  • Anatomy of a Provider-Merger Antitrust Challenge (Part 3)

Payment Matters >
March 5, 2015

  • New and Improved RACs
  • Beginning April 1, HHA Payment Will Be Determined By CMS Generated Code Using OASIS Data

Construction OberView >
March 2015

  • Virginia General Assembly Addresses Fourth Circuit Decision to Uphold Statutory Cap on Recovery by Public Works Contractors for Changed Work
  • Does the 72-Hour Rule Allow a Contractor in Maryland to Fix a Mistake in its MBE Participation Schedule After Bid Opening?

Health Law Alert >
2015: Issue 3 - Focus on Antitrust

  • FTC Notches Yet Another Victory in a Provider Merger Case
  • Anatomy of a Provider Merger Antitrust Challenge (Part 2)
  • Excluded Individual Not Precluded from Payment for Pre-exclusion Services

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