Many players in life sciences and other sectors balk at updating their compliance systems because of the cost and resources involved. but addressing possible lapses now can save your company millions of dollars in fines and reputational damage.
The Office of the Inspector General will audit Medicare Part B telehealth services to detect potential vulnerabilities and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. To prepare, providers must first take stock of their programs and conduct audits of their own, experts say.
By Jennifer Mercer, CEO of Metazoa Jennifer Mercer is Co-founder and CEO of Metazoa, developers of Snapshot, an admin and developer tool for companies with complex Salesforce orgs that is used by over 60% of Fortune 100 companies. Salesforce org management is usually not the… Read More »A Message to Pharma CIOs: Optimizing Salesforce Improves Security and Compliance
CMS has finalized changes to the Physician Self-Referral Law, also known as Stark Law. Healthcare law experts say that these changes will generally make it easier for hospitals and physicians to remain in compliance with the statute.
Pharmaceutical companies often struggle to actively involve patients in the design phase of clinical trials but doing so can have huge benefits for the sustainability and success of research. It can help address well established issues with studies, such as patient recruitment and retention, as… Read More »Increasing patient engagement with UK clinical trials
As every healthcare executive knows, a healthy revenue cycle relies on precise paperwork. That’s why all Medicare providers should be paying close attention to the revised medical necessity form, which will be mandatory starting January 1, 2021. Failure to use the new Advance Beneficiary Notice… Read More »Q&A with Experian Health senior director of data compliance on CMS updates for Medicare ABN forms