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North Carolina’s physician payments as a percentage of Medicare reimbursements were lower than for the region and nationally last year, a National Council on Compensation Insurance study shows.
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Pharmacy benefit managers that do business in Oregon will have to pay higher fees to the state and comply with an appeals process to resolve reimbursement disputes under rules proposed by the state Department of Financial Services.
State: MA | Segment: Top | 250 | 0 | Popular with Legal
A second New England Compounding Center pharmacist has been acquitted of murder but convicted of fraud and racketeering for his role in a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed dozens and sickened more than 750.
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A former pain management doctor pleaded guilty to health care fraud and conspiracy to receive kickbacks in exchange for prescribing a pain spray that contained the highly addictive opioid fentanyl, ...Read More
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The Alaska Supreme Court ruled that a trial judge did not commit reversible error by allowing a jury in a personal injury action to hear evidence about the plaintiff’s prior workers’ compensation claim.
State: CO | Segment: WEST | 405 | 0 | Popular with Legal
Doctors seeking authorization to evaluate and rate impairments will have to pass an exam to demonstrate an understanding of the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation’s rules as well as the American Medical Association’s Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, unde...Read More
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The state Workers’ Compensation Board has temporarily suspended the treating privileges of New York City Dr. Amr A. El Sanduby following an investigation by the New York State Department of Health’s Board for Professional Conduct.
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A Horseheads physician has resigned his authorization to treat injured workers after the state Board for Professional Medical Conduct charged him with negligence on more than one occasion, and failure to maintain records.