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Monthly Archives: June 2018

FEDERAL STUDENT AID: The Program Review Process – A Former Fed’s Advice on what to Expect and How to Respond

If you are reading this, you are probably well aware that Federal Student Aid (FSA) in the U.S. Department of Education (Department) conducts program reviews at institutions such as yours to verify compliance with the Title IV Higher Education Act (Title IV) rules and regulations. We think it would be […]

  Jun 26, 2018  |  By    |   On Education

Breaking Down the Acronyms to Understand MACRA

By  John Marren and Tom Babbo. Edited by Mary Grace Babbo.  In a political climate where government initiatives for healthcare are constantly created and revised, it can be difficult and tedious to keep the acronyms and program-specific language straight – even for the physicians whose professions and patients are affected […]

  Jun 11, 2018  |  By    |   On Health Care

Is Clinical Integration a Better Prescription than Shared Savings?

By John Marren and Tom Babbo. Edited by Mary Grace Babbo Despite the best efforts of accountable care organizations (ACOs) within the Medicare program and the use of shared savings models among private payers to realign the otherwise perverse incentives of the fee-for-service health care payment system, costs to consumers […]

  Jun 5, 2018  |  By    |   On Health Care

Debbie Osgood – Speaks on Title IX Compliance Updates and OCR Enforcement

  Debbie Osgood will be the key speaker at an upcoming webinar presented by Stetson University College of Law Title IX Compliance Issues in the Trump Era: Updates on Title IX Policy and OCR Enforcement June 12, 2018 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Eastern Register Now: $250 Speaker: Debbie Osgood, Esq. […]

  Jun 1, 2018  |  By    |   On Education