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Texas Medicare fraud case highlights the need for integrity

Health care professionals are entrusted with the well-being of their patients through many services that people need when faced with poor health and medical situations. But, sometimes, even health care professionals and the executives who lead their agencies aren’t always on the straight and narrow.

Appealing a Medicare or Medicaid revocation

Medicare and Medicaid are critically important to many medical providers in Texas. Being denied the ability to bill for these patients would mean a substantial loss of income to many clinics, possibly forcing them to close. Unfortunately, the revocation of Medicare and Medicaid contracts is if anything becoming more common.

Medical marijuana arrives in Texas, but under high regulation

The medical field is constantly improving; new discoveries, better practices and technological advances allow you to provide the best modern healthcare for your patients. Recently, the health industry has explored the chemical THC, found in cannabis, as a possible treatment for some illnesses.

How can improper Medicare claims affect your practice?

The health care industry comes with stacks of government paperwork necessary for regulatory compliance. You can easily feel like you are drowning in forms, and rush to complete them. Unfortunately, hurrying through government forms, such as those required for Medicaid and Medicare claims, can lead to serious errors and consequences.

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