Let’s say your kid’s birthday party seemed to have gone well. She was happy with her gifts, only one of her little friends upchucked, and the clown wasn’t too creepy. But that was two weeks ago. This week, it’s a whole different story.It turns out that one … [Read more...] about Those who refuse vaccinations can cause outbreaks: Should they have to pay for it?
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Post-King v. Burwell Strategy is TBD: Health care stakeholders and policymakers alike, are anxiously awaiting a decision from the Supreme Court to what many health policy experts describe as one of the “last serious challenges” to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). A … [Read more...] about Health Care Law Update for June 22, 2015
The Nevada Legislature was very busy this year, passing several significant employment-related bills that will affect Nevada employers. Here is my first summary of new Nevada employment laws you’ll need to know about, addressing protections and accommodations for pregnant … [Read more...] about New Nevada Employment Laws – Part 1: Pregnancy Accommodations and Nursing Mothers
Center investigation suggests costs from upcoding and other abuses likely top $11 billionThousands of doctors and other medical professionals have steadily billed higher rates for treating elderly patients on Medicare over the last decade — adding $11 billion or more to … [Read more...] about Medicare Cracking the Codes: How Doctors and Hospitals Have Collected Billions in Questionable Medicare Fees
Everyone’s nerves are a little on edge these days. Older Americans face particular challenges when it comes to planning their financial future. Health care costs are one of their biggest concerns. As your clients inch closer toward age 65, you can play a critical role … [Read more...] about The Medicare Maze: How a CPA Can Help New Medicare Enrollees Plan for a Healthy Financial Future.