DOJ’s focus on individual accountability is particularly important with respect to telemedicine. Telemedicine is a burgeoning field, with a projected market increase of 18% annually over the next six years, reaching $103 billion in 2024. In light of this recent surge in profitability, DOJ has begun paying extra attention to telemedicine, with at least one recent HHS-OIG report asserting that more than one-third of all telemedicine claims are improper.
Fridays With Benefits Webinar | The Triage Unit: Cutting Health Plan Costs Without Sending Benefits to the Emergency Room
Join us Friday, April 19 as Erin Turley and Judith Wethall discuss some of the innovative strategies organizations are employing to achieve transparency, reduce fees and provide enhanced offerings when negotiating multi-year health and welfare benefit plan contracts.
Our lively 45-minute discussion will cover emerging trends you can leverage at the negotiating table, including
- Pharmacy Pricing Transparency
- Data Access/Ownership Rights
- Performance Guarantees and Other Rebates
Friday, March 15, 2019
10:00 – 10:45 am PST
11:00 – 11:45 am MST
12:00 – 12:45 pm CST
1:00 – 1:45 pm EST
If an employer has employees in San Francisco and is subject to the Health Care Security Ordinance (HCSO), the employer must submit its 2017 Annual Reporting Form by April 30, 2018. Failure to timely submit a report could expose employers to penalties of up to $500 per quarter. To begin, obtain your company’s San Francisco business identification number and submit your report online here.
If you are not sure whether you are subject to the San Francisco’s HCSO, reach out to the author or your regular McDermott attorney.