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KSM’s Healthcare Resources Group to Sponsor and Exhibit at Indiana Rural Health Association’s Annual Conference

Posted 4:00 AM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Healthcare Resources Group, a sponsor of Indiana Rural Health Assocation (IRHA), will be exhibiting at the organization's 2016 Annual Conference. Taking place June 21-22 in French Lick, Ind., the conference will bring together healthcare professionals to discuss the latest trends and information related to rural healthcare.
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KSM to Sponsor Illinois MGMA and Indiana MGMA Joint Conference

Posted 7:20 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller is sponsoring the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2016 Joint Annual Conference and 30th Anniversary Celebration – a collaboration between the Indiana and Illinois chapters of MGMA.
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KSM Healthcare Resources Group to Present at NERVES 2016 Annual Meeting

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Mike Heaton, John Martin and David Blish, leaders in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Healthcare Resources Group, will present sessions at the Neurosurgery Executives’ Resource Value & Education Society (NERVES) 2016 Annual Meeting.
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Whatever Happened to Fee-for-Service Healthcare?

Posted 12:00 PM by
Buggy whips. Typewriters. Dodo birds. Fee-for-service healthcare. What do they each have in common? A lot, according to members of a Healthcare Leaders of New York panel on "The Future of Healthcare Financing."
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David Charles and Mark Bernstein to Speak in New York on Funding Hospital Expansion in a Consolidated Market

Posted 7:45 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller’s David Charles and Mark Bernstein, together with the law firm Anderson Kill, will discuss “Funding Hospital Expansion in a Consolidated Market” on Thursday, Oct. 1.
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The Case for Integrating Patient-Centered Care in Healthcare Organizations

Posted 7:17 PM by
The best healthcare is patient centered. That concept is easy to verbalize but difficult to put into practice. "Integrating the Principles of Patient-Centered Care" and turning those words into deeds was the focus of the recent Healthcare Leaders of New York panel discussion, hosted by New York Medical College (NYMC) in Hawthorne, N.Y.
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David Charles to Moderate Discussion at Healthcare Leaders of New York’s Financial Implications of Outpatient Care Event

Posted 11:53 AM by
David Charles, partner-in-charge of Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Healthcare Resources Group, will serve as moderator for Healthcare Leaders of New York’s Oct. 16 event, “Financial Implications: The Push from Inpatient to Outpatient Care.”
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Consumers in Control and Why Hospitals Need to Pay Attention

Posted 9:27 PM by
As of March 13, 2014, and just a few weeks left until the end of open enrollment, more than 4.2 million Americans have enrolled in private health insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Healthcare consumers are in the driver’s seat in today’s healthcare marketplace.
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Accountable Care Organizations in the Headlines

Posted 9:50 PM by
There has been an enormous amount of movement, published data, commentary and opinion offered over the last several months surrounding Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Are they here to stay? Is this another HMO of the 90's situation? Who is winning and losing? How do we get started? Did you know that ACO participation is expected to double in 2014?
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ACA Update: Employer Mandate Delayed and/or Modified by Final Regulations

Posted 8:42 PM by
In July 2013, the government announced that the employer mandate portion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) would be delayed until Jan. 1, 2015. On Feb. 10 of this year, the IRS issued final regulations regarding the employer shared responsibility penalty. While the full effect of these regulations has not yet been determined, there are some important pieces to highlight.
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