Welcome to Compliance University! This month we continue to challenge common compliance-related wisdom by acknowledging and demanding an answer to The
The good news for America's 17 million diabetes sufferers is that the disease is no longer an early death sentence. Careful monitoring of blood glucose
Washington Some of the nation's most influential number crunchers those who work at the U.S. Congressional Budget Office March 3 published a budget-cutting
Noteworthy United Seating and Mobility Launches Web Site: United Seating and Mobility of Florissant, Mo., has launched a Web site designed to provide
Have you begun transmitting your 2003 dates of service yet? If so, watch those EOBs [explanations of benefits] fly in with $100 consistently in the column.
Washington By 2026, Medicare Part A will be insolvent, and the government's expenditures for Medicare Part B will outweigh premiums by a ratio of four
Kansas City, Mo. Med 4 Home a compounding pharmacy that allegedly failed to comply with Missouri rules regarding the recall of contaminated drugs has
Editor's Choice: The Sunrise Medical Standard Wheelchair Line Guardian Easy Care Wheelchair Family features six models, from basic to high-strength lightweight
Seen any good television shows lately? If you can look past the current spate of quasi-reality shows that seem to dominate the small screen, you may be
Lubbock, Texas After more than two decades of business dealings, The MED Group and Invacare have parted ways, for now, according to David Miller, MED's
Washington By a vote of 215 to 212, the U.S. House of Representatives March 20 passed a 2004 budget resolution that contains approximately $93 billion
It's April 2003, the month that those of us in the health care industry some of us, anyway have been counting down to for more two years. The definitive