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Trump administration ramps up physician investigations

Managing pain is a difficult task. There are no bright line rules. Physicians must listen to their patients and use their training combined with their best professional judgment to come up with a plan. This plan may include the use of prescription narcotics like opioids.

Medicare officials say they wrongly paid for chiropractic care

As you know, aches and pains come with the territory as you age, but it does not mean your clients have to take it lying down. They have every right to continue living an active and passionate life as pain-free as possible, which often means regularly seeing their chiropractors. As you and many other Texans are aware, good chiropractic care can make the difference between suffering through chronic back and extremity pain and feeling on top of the world.

3 tips to improve dispensing accuracy at your pharmacy

If you operate a pharmacy, you want to do a great job of getting patients the medications they need. However, sometimes mistakes happen. When your staff gets busy or distracted, they may make errors. What may seem like a small mistake can have severe consequences. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, preventable dispensing errors can be deadly.

Causes of unintentional health care fraud

When it comes to health care fraud, ignorance of the law will not save you. You may think you are safe because you are an honest professional with a qualified billing department. However, errors can lead to investigations, and even if nothing turns up, it can hurt your practice's reputation and finances.

Questions to ask before buying a health care facility

If you are considering entering the health care industry as an owner, you are not alone. According to MB Financial Bank, there has been high activity in the merger and acquisition of health care businesses. Participation can lead not only to increased income for you but also to improvements in the industry, even at a small scale.

What you should know about Medicare overpayment appeals

If you receive a letter from the Health Integrity or Office of Inspector General in Texas regarding the overpayment of Medicare claims from your practice, you may wonder what you can do to avoid penalties. Even though you may feel embarrassed, confused or worried about the situation, it is important you make your specific circumstances top priority.

Deadline for meeting new home health requirements postponed?

In mid-January, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services published a home health agency final rule outlining new minimum standards for home health agencies participating in Medicare and Medicaid.

What to expect during the Texas Medical Board Enforcement Process

Doctors may encounter licensing issues at any time during their careers, and they are stressful whenever they arise. Issues may include allegations involving:

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