Health Care Services Blog

Blogs January 17, 2020 Medical Device Tax Repealed

Repeal of the medical device tax, in effect as part of the ACA but under moratorium since 2016.

Blogs November 01, 2019 U.S. Health Care Today: The Industry, its Challenges and Opportunities

Health care concerns, especially for investors, are discussed at the EisnerAmper Family Office Summit.

Blogs July 10, 2018 Employment Classification of Home Health Care Aides

Is a home health care aide considered an employee or an independent contractor? The IRS and the Department of Labor makes a big distinction between the two. To follow is an employee/independent contractor test to help with labor and tax law complianc…

Blogs August 28, 2017 MGMA 2017 Regulatory Burden Survey: The Results Are In…..

Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) has just released the results of its 2017 Regulatory Burden Survey. Get the highpoints of the survey.

Blogs April 03, 2017 Health Care 101: An Industry Like No Other

Despite being encountered by most all of us routinely, its distinctiveness as a business is not understood by many. Greater understanding is critical as National Health Expenditure (“NHE”) approaches some 18% of GDP.

Blogs March 08, 2017 2017 Telehealth Services Updates

Telehealth services are being offered as an alternative to face-to-face encounters by many physicians across the country. Telehealth is a great way for providers to connect with patients who may not have physical access the care they need.

Blogs February 23, 2017 Protect Your Organization with a HIPAA Security Plan

In 2016, there were a number of updates and respective releases made by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in terms of HIPAA Security. Why are these updates important?

Blogs February 17, 2017 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Insurance Mergers Denied

Federal judges recently blocked the mergers of Aetna-Humana and Anthem-Cigna. What would the consolidation have provided these large insurance companies?

Blogs January 30, 2017 Patient Responsibility: A Growing Concern for Health Care Providers

Reimbursements collected directly from patients are increasing in size and value, and as opposed to Medicare or insurance companies, are comparatively difficult to collect, resulting in the erosion of bottom lines across the industry.