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What’s to learn from Wells Fargo?

Healthcare attorney Elizabeth Hogue spells out legal considerations of sales programs

YARMOUTH, Maine – Banking giant Wells Fargo is under fire from consumers and Congress for setting such high sales goals, employees felt pressured to create sham accounts. The controversy has shined a light on how companies set up their sales program.

Create ‘open culture’ to address employee complaints

Filings against Lincare and others are on the rise

YARMOUTH, Maine – Healthcare attorney Elizabeth Hogue says she’s mystified that whistleblower claims filed by employees or former employees aren’t met with more skepticism by law enforcers.

Beware these pitfalls of acute, post-acute care alignment


BURTONVILLE, Md. – Sure, the push by hospitals and health systems to reduce readmission rates has created opportunities for post-acute care providers.

Include benchmarks in agreements


Under tremendous pressure to reduce readmission rates, hospitals are more open than ever to establishing preferred provider agreements with HME providers, says healthcare attorney Elizabeth Hogue.

Opinion greenlights post-discharge services


WASHINGTON – An advisory opinion from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides a framework for how HME providers can offer services to reduce hospital readmissions without violating the anti-kickback statute.

HME Talk says 98% of providers like HME News best

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

This is flattering and came out of the blue. Earlier this month HME Talk (no relation to HME News) asked its members what industry publication (HME News, Homecare Magazine or HME Business) they read the most.

Guess what? We won.