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Exec in two health care fraud cases sentenced to 76 months in prison

Exec in two health care fraud cases sentenced to 76 months in prison

A former health care executive who had a hand in two of the largest health care frauds in Texas history — Forest Park Medical Center and NextHealth — was sentenced Friday to 76 months in federal prison. Source link

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Pack Health partners with California university for pilot program on myeloma

Pack Health partners with California university for pilot program on myeloma

Pack Health is participating in a pilot study with the University of California San Francisco Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center. For Pack Health, it’s the latest in a series of notable partnerships for the Birmingham-based firm. The study intends to use digital coaching to support individuals […]

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With a vision toward future beyond pandemic, plans filed for new eye surgery center

With a vision toward future beyond pandemic, plans filed for new eye surgery center

Independent ambulatory surgery centers will eventually reopen in the region, and this local eye surgeon has plans for a brand new center in the Southtowns. Source link

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How much AHN lost in Q1 due to Covid-19 and market disprution

How much AHN lost in Q1 due to Covid-19 and market disprution

AHN has received $67.9 million in CARES Act funding to offset the costs of Covid-19 losses, as well as $231.7 million in advance payments from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services that will have to be paid back in a year. Source link

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Kentucky awards five companies Medicaid Managed Care contracts

Kentucky awards five companies Medicaid Managed Care contracts

One Louisville-based company got good news while another was left out. Source link

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San Mateo County cautiously lifts more shelter-in-place rules for businesses, reopens beaches

San Mateo County cautiously lifts more shelter-in-place rules for businesses, reopens beaches

San Mateo County officials said Friday that the county is further easing restrictions on businesses and social gatherings, including allowing customers to go inside retail stores and churches to resume services. The Peninsula’s new shelter-in-place rules, effective Monday, “are being made in attempt to strike a balance,” […]

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Gov. Brown doesn't rule out raising taxes to help with state budget hole

Gov. Brown doesn't rule out raising taxes to help with state budget hole

“All options are on the table given both the level of budget deficit we may have for this biennium and for the next biennium,” Brown said. Source link

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San Mateo County cautiously lifts more shelter-in-place rules for businesses, reopens beaches

San Mateo County cautiously lifts more shelter-in-place rules for businesses, reopens beaches

San Mateo County officials said Friday that the county is further easing restrictions on businesses and social gatherings, including allowing customers to go inside retail stores and churches to resume services. The Peninsula’s new shelter-in-place rules, effective Monday, “are being made in attempt to strike a balance,” […]

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Covid-19 trends prevent city of Milwaukee from easing restrictions on bars, restaurants, stores

Covid-19 trends prevent city of Milwaukee from easing restrictions on bars, restaurants, stores

Milwaukee health officials and Mayor Tom Barrett announced Friday the city will have to wait until next week, at least, to determine whether the city is ready to move into the third phase of its reopening plan. Milwaukee Health Department commissioner Jeanette Kowalik said Friday the city’s Covid-19 […]

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MotionMobs working with UAB and ADPH on Covid-19 contact tracing app

MotionMobs working with UAB and ADPH on Covid-19 contact tracing app

Taylor Peake’s MotionMobs is another Birmingham company stepping in to fight Covid-19. Source link

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