5 Ways to Shift from Fighting Fires to Emerging from COVID-19 Successfully
By Karl RebayPartner, Health Care Consulting Group, Moss Adams
By Craig VercruyssePartner, Lean Health Care Practice, Moss Adams
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented hardships for organizations of all types. Health care organizations in particular are caught in a precarious position, having to keep their doors open in spite of significant declines in business and cash flow. The federal government is pumping cash into the health system, but health care leaders are having to think quickly and act based on incomplete information. Read article
Thinking Ahead: Preparing for a Post-COVID World
By Allen Miller, Principal, COPE Health Solutions
By Sarin Khachatourians, Senior Consultant, COPE Health Solutions
As we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel amidst what will likely be only the first wave of Covid-19 infections and economic impacts, it becomes clearer that health care will be forever changed and that many strategies that had not been universally accepted will now be critical success factors going forward. Read article
On the Origin of Pandemic
By Craig B. Carner Founder, Garner Health Law Corporation
Civilization remains under heavy attack, and for the first time in modern history almost all nations around the globe unify in battle. The common enemy, Planet Earth, has waged war against homo sapiens since the species first ventured away from Africa to populate the rest of Earth. The planet remains undefeated in conflict and well rested since it ended all but the birds during its last global extinction campaign some 66 million years earlier.
COVID-19 and ER Reimbursement: Document, Document, Document!
By Adam G. Wentland
Attorney at Law, Theodora Oringher
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, hospital resources and finances will be put to the test in treating emergency patients. But a recent California Court of Appeal decision gave a decisive victory against underpaying health plans and a win to hospitals and emergency doctors in California and across the country. Read article