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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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CloudNine Voted as a Leading National eDiscovery Provider in Eleven Categories in 2018 Best of Midwest Reader Ranking Survey

Fourth Annual Best of the Midwest Survey Highlights Legal Community Recognition of CloudNine CloudNine, a leader in simplifying and automating legal discovery, today announced its recognition as a leading eDiscovery provider by voters in the National Law Journal’s fourth annual … Continue reading

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CMS Floats Concept of Direct Provider Contracting Innovation Model, Posts Comments on “New Direction” RFI

Last fall, CMS requested public comments on the CMS Innovation Center’s “New Direction,” under which CMS will seek to “promote patient-centered care and test market-driven reforms.” In the interest of transparency and to facilitate discussion, CMS has posted a summary … Continue reading

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Two Los Angeles Executives of Provider of Substance Abuse Treatments Billed to Drug Medi-Cal Indicted by Grand Jury

The Drug Medi-Cal program has been under a lot of scrutiny since 2013 when it was the subject of investigative reporting. In 2014, significant changes and audits were made.  Many facilities were closed. However, it seems that there are still … Continue reading

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