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Aetna may have received $25.5M in MA overpayments for 2015 and 2016, audit finds

Healthcare Dive

Medical records provided by the insurer didn’t support certain diagnosis codes, resulting in overpayments, according to an audit from the HHS’ Office of the Inspector General.

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OIG audit: Aetna may have raked in $25.5M in MA overpayments in 2015, 2016

Fierce Healthcare

million in overpayments from Medicare Advantage in 2015 and 2016. | million in overpayments from Medicare Advantage in 2015 and 2016. A new federal audit estimates that Aetna may have received at least $25.5 A new federal audit estimates that Aetna may have received at least $25.5

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Actionable Ways to Meet the 2015 Edition Cures Update Requirements

HealthIT Answers

Urioste - The 2015 Edition Cures Update made several changes to the ONC Health IT Certification Program, including new functionalities; new, removed, and revised criteria; and new requirements establishing the Conditions and Maintenance of Certification. By Laura M.

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Universal Health Services hit with cyberattack; Anthem settles 2015 breach

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Primary topic: Privacy & Security Disable Auto Tagging: Short Headline: Universal Health Services hit with cyberattack; Anthem settles 2015 breach Featured Decision Content: Region Tag: Global Edition Right Now:

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Survey: Telehealth adoption, interest increased 340% among physicians since 2015

Mobi Health News

The American Well-backed poll of 800 doctors found a 340 percent increase in the number of US physicians who have conducted a telehealth consultation since 2015.

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UnitedHealth unit sued by Labor Department over systematic claims denials

Healthcare Dive

The government is alleging plan administrator UMR improperly denied thousands of ER and drug screening claims submitted between 2015 and 2018.

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Cerner agrees to pay $1.9M to settle racial discrimination case

Healthcare Dive

Hiring bias, which Cerner denies, resulted in a notable shortfall of Black and Asian hires for certain positions between 2015 and 2019, federal regulators allege.

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