Tuesday, July 29, 2014
 
 
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SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--American Healthcare Lending (AHCL), a leading non-recourse patient financing platform serving health systems, physician groups, and other healthcare providers in the bariatric surgery, fertility, cosmetic dentistry, plastic surgery, spine and neurosurgery, and behavioral health markets, announced today a 200 percent increase in upfront customer payments after deploying DocuSign Inc.’s (DocuSign®) Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform. AHCL employees and   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
According to an internal VA report on the case, by copying old information into patient records, a pulmonologist at the Montgomery, Ala., veterans hospital may have committed insurance fraud. The Department of Veterans Affairs own medical inspector said the pulmonologist's actions might amount to falsification of a government document. The initial report, a copy of which was released by Congress this week with names blacked out, said the pulmonologist admitted to copying and pasting data gathered by other doctors such as patient history, vital signs, examinations, assessments and plans of care, into his own assessments. After the medical inspector's initial report, further investigation found the pulmonologist at the Montgomery campus of Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System copied old information into patient records more than 1,200 times from 2011 to 2013, according to the U.S. Office of Special Counsel.

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According to an internal VA report on the case, by copying old information into patient records, a pulmonologist at the Montgomery, Ala., veterans hospital may have committed insurance fraud. The Department of Veterans Affairs own medical inspector said the pulmonologist's actions might amount to falsification of a government document. The initial report, a copy of which was released by Congress this week with names blacked out, said the pulmonologist admitted to copying and pasting data gathered by other doctors such as patient history, vital signs, examinations, assessments and plans of care, into his own assessments. After the medical inspector's initial report, further investigation found the pulmonologist at the Montgomery campus of Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System copied old information into patient records more than 1,200 times from 2011 to 2013, according to the U.S. Office of Special Counsel.

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Petting a dog is not as simple as you may think. There are times when a touch is welcomed and other times, when you should just walk away. Here with details on when you should pet a dog or cat is University Veterinary Hospital Physician, Dr. Calen Gregorio.   [READ MORE]
 
Some Lehigh University students are teaming up with therapists at Good Shepherd Rehab to get the upper hand on what may be the future of prosthetic.   [READ MORE]
 
Some Lehigh University students are teaming up with therapists at Good Shepherd Rehab to get the upper hand on what may be the future of prosthetic.   [READ MORE]
 
Japan's Sony Corp is hammering out plans to rise from the ashes of nearly $10 billion lost in six years by building a future around its last consumer electronics blockbuster - the PlayStation. Sony plans to reposition the video console warhorse as a hub for a network of streamed services, according to three senior officials, offering social media, movies and music as well as games.

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