US Supreme Court Allows Class-Arbitration for Physicians: Agrees with Arguments Advanced by MSNJ and
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Melinda Martinson, Esq. | Released: June 10, 2013, 3:00 pm
On June 10, the United States Supreme Court found that the Oxford participation agreement's arbitration clause allowed payment disputes to be pursued by physicians as a class. Over a decade ago Oxford had compelled Dr. John Sutter, a New Jersey pediatrian, to arbitrate his payment disputes, but
License Renewal-MSNJ Asks that Physicians Complete the Workforce Survey
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Brianna B Meister | Released: May 24, 2013, 9:51 am
Last week, the NJ Board of Medical Examiners mailed and posted notices for license renewal. The notices were delayed at least in part because of pending legislation which would have required physicians to complete the accompanying physician workforce survey ...
Asbury Park Press: "The doctor will Skype you now: 'Virtual health care' gaining ground"
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Brianna B Meister | Released: May 6, 2013, 8:42 am
Read the article by Carol Gorga Williams http://www.app.com/article/20130506/NJNEWS/305060009/The-doctor-will-Skype-you-now-Virtual-health-care-gaining-ground?nclick_check=1
Delay in Medicare Ordering & Referring Denial Edits
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Melissa Zarzycki | Released: April 30, 2013, 10:56 am
CMS has delayed implementation of the Phase 2 ordering and referring denial edits due to technical issues. The original implementation date was scheduled for May 1, 2013. CMS claims the delay is temporary, but has not announced the new date. We will post information, as it becomes available, in e-Ne
Star Ledger: N.J. Supreme Court toughens rule on experts in medical malpractice cases
Blog: In the News ... | Posted By: Brianna B Meister | Released: April 29, 2013, 8:54 am
Read the article by Sue Livio, The Star Ledger