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$4 Billion in Fraudulent Medicare Charges Found in 2009; Another Way Feds Will Reduce Medicare Spending

6 March, 2010 Posted by John G. Self
We have not so quietly entered a new political environment where voters increasingly are demanding that government work better. This political storm, which could become a hurricane, will impact healthcare. Read more»

Is The Healthcare Industry Heading For A Massive Restructuring?

14 September, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
With increasing clarity, business leaders are realizing that just as the Internet produced a tectonic shift in business models and processes in the dot.com economic bubble of the mid and late 1990s, the Great Recession which began in 2007 will drive an equally jolting change for other industries including healthcare. Read more»

Employee With The Box: Another Economic Statistic

4 April, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
DALLAS, Texas (April 4, 2009)- As I entered the elevator yesterday for the quick 39-floor ride to the lobby of my office tower, my only fellow traveler was a young woman holding a white document storage box – the kind employees use for their personal possessions when they leave the office for the last time. Read more»