Georgia Looks to Ease Regulations on Struggling Rural Hospitals

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on May 3, 2018.

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Opioid-Dispensing Pharmacists to Pay $5M Penalty to Community

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on October 31, 2017.

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Non-profit Hospital Reorganizations

Chapter by T. Mills Fleming published in Georgia Hospital Law Manual for 2005, 2011, and 2017.

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A Prescription for Struggling Hospitals

In this article for the Daily Report, health care attorney Mills Fleming discusses the difficulties facing hospitals and how hospital managers can deal with them.

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Community Health Needs Assessment Requirements for Tax-Exempt Hospitals

This member briefing for the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) discusses Internal Revenue Code § 501(r) and the provisions of the Final Rule. The Final Rule imposes specific obligations on hospitals and provides clarity with respect to the IRS’ expectations and enforcement priorities.

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Short ACA Enrollment Window May Offer COBRA Cost Saving

New options available under the Affordable Care Act may provide savings for employers providing COBRA coverage, for newly eligible COBRA beneficiaries, and for a short window of time, for current COBRA beneficiaries as well. These coverage options introduce new opportunities for employers to reduce COBRA costs and new complexities in coordinating coverage and severance benefits.

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Stage 2 Meaningful Use Set to Kick Off in 2014 for Health Care Providers

This article for Business in Savannah explains how the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Programs can offer financial incentives to health care providers.

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Data Security Concerns for Health Care Providers: A two-part series

This detailed and informative series by HunterMaclean Attorneys discusses the critical importance of data security in negotiating health care IT vendor contracts.

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October 1 Affordable Care Act Deadline Will Affect Local Employers

HunterMaclean Attorney Rebecca Sczepanski discusses upcoming Affordable Care Act deadlines, offering advice for area employers regarding compliance with new federal healthcare law.

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New Health Care Exchanges to Impact Employers, Hospitals

HunterMaclean partner Mills Fleming explores the complexities of health care exchanges and their potential impact on employers as well as medical providers.

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