This page brings together resources and insights to help make change an opportunity for, instead of a disruptive force on your business.
Last week, CMS released the FY 2022 IPPS/LTCH proposed rule, which includes several important proposed changes for providers. Don’t have time to read the 1,900-page document?️ Senior Managers Lori Crocker and Laura Gillenwater have done the heavy lifting for you, providing important takeaways in this helpful video.
What do healthcare providers need to prioritize in this new era of value-based arrangements? Are there potential Stark and Anti-Kickback “traps” for hospitals moving forward? Join host Greg Anderson and guest Cindy Reisz from Bass Berry & Sims as we dig into these questions and more on episode eight of Buy-In.
What is the best news to come from the new Stark final rule? What are the practical impacts on the new volume and value, commercial reasonableness, and fair market value definitions in evaluating transactions? Join host Christy Street and guest Julie Kass from Baker Donelson as we explore these questions and more on episode seven of Buy-In.
Register now! On May 25, Chip Hutzler and Louisiana Hospital Association explore how hospitals and health systems are approaching value-based care in the changing landscape of healthcare delivery.
HORNE has announced that HORNE Healthcare Partner Kade Moody recently became a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (FHFMA).
One Suite Deal unveils HORNE’s ability to bridge the gap between a dental practice’s financial and clinical data. Learn how a dental practice owner can unshackle themselves from routine financial and administrative tasks and manage clinical processes to maximize the profitability and performance of a practice.
Are you in need of a CFO or other financial director for your rural health system? Senior executives may not move on every day. But when they do leave, they're...
🎬 Let Me Know. Having your “I”s dotted and “T”s crossed is important. But you need more than just compliance. Most business decisions have operational, tax, personal or long-term financial repercussions. HORNE can help.
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In this Q&A, Chrissy Leggett talks about how HORNE’s dental team is stepping up to help dentists bridge the gap between treating their patients and running a practice.
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Let's hear it for clarity! Thanks to the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) revision of the Physician Referral Law (aka Stark law) in November 2020, we now have...
Decision Point: Age into New Norms takes to heart that long-term care is a community anchor. Hosted by HORNE Healthcare Consultant Barry Plunkett, this series emphasizes resilience in long-term care and fosters the adoption of change by discussing trends that can transform, empower and rid the long-term care community of the neglect it’s been given. Until now.
Listen to the latest podcast from American Health Law Association where HORNE Healthcare's Senior Manager, Christy Street speaks to Anna Grizzle, Bass Berry & Sims, about structuring provider compensation models from a regulatory perspective.
A final rule updating the physician fee schedule (PFS) rates was issued by The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on December 1, 2020. The Final Rule finalizes many...
On Friday, November 20, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published the long-awaited final rules revising regulations related to the Physician Self-Referral Law (known commonly as the Stark Law),...
Shifting Sands: Reshaping Charitable Foundations looks to the horizon of charitable giving to understand how foundations have changed course in 2020 and what’s next as we reimagine charitable events, education and outreach.
HORNE Healthcare Partner Kathy Watts addresses how to determine and increase the value of your dental practice, and how it goes go hand-in-hand with a transition that is seamless and successful.
One way to manage the economic recovery is through changes to the current tax law. This chart examines the differences between the proposals under current President Donald J. Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Selling a dental practice starts with answering the question: How much is my dental practice worth?
FORWARD is our long-term care video channel where you can receive guidance on important regulatory updates to adapt to current changes and anticipate future ones.
Demand for mental health services has long outpaced supply. Telebehavioral health represents an opportunity to close the gap - especially in rural and underserved communities.
Change is a defining characteristic of healthcare. From technology to regulation to reimbursement, every aspect of the industry is in a constant state of evolution. However, few things have changed...
Hundreds of physician practice acquisitions and healthcare-related transactions are in process at any given time. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the accompanying shutdown threw many such transactions into a state...
Buy-In podcast series features conversations with healthcare attorneys and in-house counsel, exploring valuation topics ranging from physician compensation and hospital mergers to value-based arrangements and telehealth.
FORWARD is our hospital and health system video channel, where you’ll meet our team, watch special Town Hall Q and A sessions, and receive important updates from our Healthcare Minute series.
FORWARD is a new dental video channel from HORNE Healthcare offering the advice and guidance you need to optimize performance, control costs and maximize the value of your practice.
UPDATED August 11, 2020...
On April 21, CMS issued explanatory guidance for the March 29 blanket waivers to “Stark Law” that covers financial relationships and referrals related to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.
On April 26, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the immediate suspension of the Advance Payment program to Part B suppliers.
On April 26, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the immediate suspension of the Advance Payment program to Part B suppliers. Here are some important points from the Provider Relief Fund FAQ.
Applicants that submit complete, supported forgiveness information will receive the maximum loan forgiveness and have their approvals processed quickly.
HORNE Healthcare team members address some of the most pressing issues and concerns for hospitals and health systems due to the uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Update: On June 25, 2020, the FCC’s COVID-19 Telehealth Program stopped accepting new applications. COVID-19 continues to push the federal government to eliminate barriers to full-scale adoption of telehealth services....
HORNE Healthcare team members address some of the most pressing issues and concerns for dentists and dental practices due to the uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation launched the Save Small Business Fund to provide assistance to small business owners impacted by coronavirus.
With the release of the CARES Act and announcement of the PPP, taxpayers have been anxiously awaiting additional guidance related to self-employed individuals.
HORNE Healthcare team members address some of the most pressing issues and concerns for physicians and practices due to the uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UPDATED April 8, 2020 On March 29, CMS issued blanket waivers of the Physician Self-Referral Law (commonly known as the “Stark Law”) to cover financial relationships and referrals related to...
SBA 7(a) Relief Loans offered under the PPP cover payroll and other specific expenses for small businesses for an eight-week period.
UPDATED April 7, 2020: There have been updates to the proposed rule which can be found here. Telehealth services have become even more critical in caring for patients as the...
The President has declared the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic an emergency declaration and your entity could be eligible to apply for Public Assistance.
Moving to value-based payment models is not simply a decision to accept the financial risk and is not a short-term transition.
199A deduction regulations address what rental activities qualify for the deduction. The IRS issued Notice 2019-07, establishing a proposed safe harbor for real estate enterprises.
Section 199A—commonly referred to as the “20% pass-through deduction,” provides a deduction of up to 20% of income from a domestic business operating as a sole proprietorship or through a partnership, S corporation, trust or estate.
It's time to change the way you pay your physicians. Here's why. To succeed in the healthcare industry, you need to attract and retain the most talented physicians. The U.S. faces a shortage of up to 120,000 physicians by 2030*, which means that competition for talent will be fiercer than ever.
Mitigating the risk of a qui tam relator should be a top priority for healthcare risk management systems.
The current healthcare system is headed for a crash. Are you adapting?
Get key insights for transforming your physician compensation models to align with MACRA objectives
Are You Prepared For Success In The Ever-Changing World Of Healthcare Reimbursements?
Trusting HORNE for healthcare valuation counsel is the first step in successfully managing operations toward clinical excellence. Here are six considerations in choosing your organization's valuation appraisal.
The new revenue recognition standard is a fundamental change in how healthcare providers recognize patient revenue. It’s likely you will recognize revenue earlier or later than you would under the current revenue recognition standard, and that impacts your financial health.
No industry has seen such monumental changes as healthcare has in the past decade—changes in the regulatory environment, the populations we serve, as well as the technology used to deliver care and improve operational processes. In the course of our work advising healthcare organizations, we have observed the following trends and challenges.