3 Reasons Healthcare Providers Should Oppose Medicaid Work Requirements

3 Reasons Healthcare Providers Should Oppose Medicaid Work Requirements

Healthcare providers accepting Medicaid may see their patient volume decrease in coming months, the result of a plan recently approved by the federal government to grant states the authority to impose work requirements on Medicaid...

read more

3 Things to Know about Concierge Medicine

3 Things to Know about Concierge Medicine

Hate watching your afternoon tick by on a waiting room clock? Disgusted by Susie Sniffles lobbing definitely-contagious sneezes in your direction? Already caught up on your entertainment news? If this describes you (or your patients!), you may be ready to jump on the concierge medicine...

read more

How and Why to Make Your Practice’s Website ADA-Accessible

How and Why to Make Your Practice’s Website ADA-Accessible

Before meeting you, many prospective patients use your website to learn about who you are and the services you provide. But even many healthcare providers erroneously assume that everyone sees and experiences their site in the same way. The key to crafting an accessible website design is overcoming that...

read more

How to Shop for Health Insurance {Deadline: December 15!}

How to Shop for Health Insurance {Deadline: December 15!}

It's time to purchase health insurance for 2018. As President Trump's first year in office winds down, the health insurance market is experiencing astounding turbulence. We answer your top 3 questions to help you cruise through Open Enrollment season without losing your...

read more

3 Things to Know about CMS’ Latest Attempt to Erode ACA Protections

3 Things to Know about CMS’ Latest Attempt to Erode ACA Protections

CMS issued a 365-page proposed rule that, if enacted, could reduce the most basic benefits offered under the Affordable Care Act.  This is the latest among Republicans' so-called "premium stabilization efforts," which aim to reduce Obama-era insurance premium hikes at the expense of Americans' access to healthcare.  CMS said the rule was intended to give states more flexibility and reduce the burden on insurers in order to stabilize the individual and small-group markets and drive down the cost of care.While I haven't fully digested the entire proposed rule yet, here are 3 of my earliest...

read more

Connor Jackson shares tips on employment contracts with Dice

Connor Jackson shares tips on employment contracts with Dice

In an article published today by Dice, partner Connor Jackson shares his knowledge about employment contracts and the red flags about which employees should be aware.

Employment agreements rarely benefit the employee,” explained Connor D. Jackson, a Chicago healthcare attorney with Jackson LLP. “You need to pay particular attention to restrictive covenants that are often buried in the middle of the...

read more

How Your Patients Benefit from 23andMe and Similar Pharmacogenetic Tools

How Your Patients Benefit from 23andMe and Similar Pharmacogenetic Tools

September is Healthy Aging Month! Because so much of our health is tied to our genetic makeup, we wrote this post about the importance of knowing and taking detailed family health histories. Read on, and share your favorite checklists, surveys, or tools for gathering this...

read more

How to Combat Pressure from Patients to Prescribe the Drugs They See on TV

How to Combat Pressure from Patients to Prescribe the Drugs They See on TV

If you feel like your TV advertisements increasingly include more prescription drugs, you’re right.  Pharmaceutical companies are pouring money into their consumer marketing campaigns, spending $4.5 billion in 2014, $3.5 billion in 2012, and $2.5 billion in...

read more