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PRESS RELEASE: Ostendio Announces Partnership with Nixon Law Group

PRESS RELEASE: Ostendio Announces Partnership with Nixon Law Group

Ostendio, a leading provider of cybersecurity and risk management solutions, today announced that they have partnered with Nixon Law Group, a boutique healthcare law firm headquartered in Virginia, to make it easier for organizations to comply with the ever-changing healthcare privacy regulatory requirements. This partnership brings together a leading-edge software platform with top-tier healthcare attorneys to help organizations better navigate the highly regulated healthcare industry.

Government Shutdown Averted, Telemedicine Coverage Expanded

Government Shutdown Averted, Telemedicine Coverage Expanded

The  Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 contains important changes to federal law related to reimbursement for and use of telemedicine, signaling Congress's continuing confidence in telemedicine's potential to improve care and reduce costs. 

Get to Know the New D.C. Telemedicine Regulations

Get to Know the New D.C. Telemedicine Regulations

As of December 22, 2017, the District of Columbia’s first telemedicine regulations take effect. Healthcare providers and healthcare technology vendors interested in or currently engaged in the telemedicine industry in D.C. should be aware of these key provisions in the new regulations.

How to get paid for Remote Patient Monitoring with CPT Code 99091

How to get paid for Remote Patient Monitoring with CPT Code 99091

Two Final Rules issued by CMS in November 2017 opened up entirely new avenues for reimbursement of Remote Patient Monitoring services in 2018, creating the potential for better patient outcomes and a boost to a medical practice's bottom line.

Is Telemedicine Right for My Healthcare Practice?

Is Telemedicine Right for My Healthcare Practice?

Before you dismiss telemedicine as an unnecessary complication and investment for your business, consider the changes in technology, customer preference, trend toward value-based care, and aging population.

For many businesses, telemedicine is a way to increase patient care options, raise the quality of care, increase reimbursements, and grow business.

Interested? Then let’s take a look at why telemedicine might be right for your practice. 

Nixon Law Group Speaking @ the MATRC Annual Summit

Nixon Law Group Speaking @ the MATRC Annual Summit

On April 10-12, Nixon Law Group's Carrie Nixon and Rebecca Gwilt will be traveling to the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge, MD for the second year in a row to speak at the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center's (MATRC) Annual Telehealth Summit. Telehealth Resource Centers (TRCs) are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Service's Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Office for the Advancement of Telehealth, which is part of the Office of Rural Health Policy. The 2016 MATRC Telehealth Summit explores how and why telehealth must intersect with both health system transformation and meaningful use if we are to successfully impact all three dimensions of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's (IHI) "Triple Aim"