PODCAST: Healthcare IT and revenue cycle management solutions and safeguards

Today’s interview with healthcare consultant, Craig Evans, focuses on healthcare information technology and revenue cycle management. In the patient billing and payment systems there are opportunities to increase efficiency and return on investment which can also benefit healthcare providers with regulatory compliance and reducing the risk of errant and fraudulent medical billing through the implantation […]

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PODCAST: Appealing adverse final rulings in healthcare discipline, discharge and termination

Today’s podcast interview with attorney Michael Cohen, focuses on his work with attorney Michael Favia in defending healthcare professionals and appealing adverse decisions from any state agency final ruling affecting involving discipline, discharge and terminations. There are many compelling reasons to file an appeal of a ruling affecting your healthcare career. Attorneys Cohen and Favia […]

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Important documents in health care planning

As the baby boomer generation retires and focuses on senior health care and planning for the end of life there are unique opportunities for families to make the right preparations to ensure smooth transitions and reduce the struggling of families trying to make the right decision. Our health care law practice includes drafting wills, living […]

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Facing challenges in documenting medical care

Every healthcare professional knows that, at some point in their medical practice, they may be called on to defend patient care. When time passes and our ability to accurately recall information is diminished we should be able to rely on documentation of events to answer questions. There are practices you can adopt that can make […]

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Relaxed restrictions: Health care licenses and criminal convictions

On January 1, 2017, new laws on the books in Illinois took effect. Among the new laws passed was a bill to protect applicants for professional licenses who may also have a record of a criminal offense and conviction. Prior to the new law, applicants for health care licenses[i] were barred from applying for a […]

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Preventing medical malpractice claims with smart strategies

Physicians and their patients all make their best efforts to exchange information to ensure great patient care. At points in the healthcare process, there can be mistakes leading to dissatisfied patients. In many cases, miscommunication and errors can be corrected with little harm done. In other instances, malpractice complaints are filed. Everyone involved in the […]

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MICHAEL V. FAVIA INVITED TO JOIN THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP NETWORK

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MICHAEL V. FAVIA INVITED TO JOIN THE ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP NETWORK Health And Injury Law And Litigation Attorney, Michael V. Favia Joins the Leadership Network of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Health Philanthropy Organization CHICAGO – Health law and litigation attorney, Michael V. Favia, was recently invited and joined […]

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