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The Most Exciting Technologies Being Used in Patient Recovery

The Most Exciting Technologies Being Used in Patient Recovery

Seemingly every industry is being shaken up by a wide variety of emerging technologies, and physical therapy is no different. The field is seeing a number of important developments that change how practitioners approach both diagnosing and treating patients. 

Nixon Law Group joins the ACO Exhibit Hall

Nixon Law Group joins the ACO Exhibit Hall

Nixon Law Group is pleased to be the only legal services provider in the ACO Exhibit Hall! This virtual exhibit hall was created to serve physicians and provider entities participating in (or desiring to participate in) Accountable Care Organizations, including the Medicare Shared Savings Program models, NextGen ACOs, commercial shared savings arrangements, and other value-based reimbursement models.

New CMS Innovation Models: Primary Care First and Direct Contracting

New CMS Innovation Models: Primary Care First and Direct Contracting

In April, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a new set of payment models meant to allow primary care providers deliver better care at a lower cost to their patients by removing unneccessary administrative and adjust payouts from procedures to outcomes.

Reimbursement and Practical Considerations for House Call Practices

Reimbursement and Practical Considerations for House Call Practices

Are you thinking about starting a new house call practice? There will be things you need to prepare for (and budget for), so Nixon Law Group compiled this information. Note that major concerns include whether commercial clients can reimburse, what kinds of safety needs there are, and Medicare requirements for a “practice location.” Read more below and feel free to contact us with questions!

Considerations for Clinician Contracting – An Employer Perspective

Considerations for Clinician Contracting – An Employer Perspective

Having written a series of posts over the years addressing employment contracting from the physician perspective, one of our readers reached out to let us know that Nixon Law Group should, likewise, address physician/clinician employment contracting from the perspective of the healthcare employer.  Considerations for Clinician Contracting – An Employer Perspective…

7 Common Mistakes Physicians Make When Signing a Physician Employment Contract (and How to Avoid Them)

7 Common Mistakes Physicians Make When Signing a Physician Employment Contract (and How to Avoid Them)

Smart physicians are not immune from making highly regrettable mistakes when it comes to employment contracts. And unlike in medicine, you don't get the option of trying a new treatment plan if the first one doesn't work. Physicians are educated, and intellectually sophisticated. This means that, even though you weren’t trained to read legal contracts in medical school, courts expect that you have read and fully understand the terms of the contracts you sign. That means that, both during and even after your employment, you're stuck with the contract you sign, so make sure you avoid these common pitfalls.