Tag Archives: Provider

Breaking: Legal Services Provider UnitedLex Receives Major Majority Investment

Fast on the heels of the Sept. 10 announcement that Atrium — the combination law firm and legal technology company — had raised $65 million, today comes news that enterprise legal services provider UnitedLex has received a majority investment from CVC Capital … Continue reading

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Provider Letter Regarding Incident Reporting Requirements

Provider Letter PL 2018-20 (Replaces PL 13-04 and PL 18-07) This letter gives directives to the following provider types:  Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs), Day Activity and HealthnServices (DAHS) Facilities, Home and Community Support Services Agencies (HCSSAs), Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with … Continue reading

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Provider Letter: Feeding Assistance Rules for Nursing Facilities

Provider Letter PL 18-17 (NF) This  letter addresses feeding assistance care for nursing home residents and staffing requirements to implement rules.  HHSC and Long Term Care Regulatory (LTCR) determined that the topic of feeding assistance required an updated and consolidated communication to providers. The letter details: … Continue reading

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Jeffrey P. Gale, P.A. // Clarifying Meaning of “Authorized Treating Provider” Under Florida Statute 440.13(5)(e)

Florida statute section 440.13(5)(e) limits who may give medical opinions in workers’ compensation trials to “a medical advisor appointed by the judge of compensation claims or the department, an independent medical examiner, or an authorized treating provider.”  Our office recently accepted … Continue reading

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CMS Proposes Tightening Medicaid Provider Reassignment Rules

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is proposing to rescind the authority of states to make Medicaid payments to a third party on behalf of an individual provider, rather than directly to the provider, “for benefits such as … Continue reading

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