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Unable to Get Paid on your LOP? This new letter may help.
By FCA Assistant General Counsel Kim Driggers   
Tuesday, 05 September 2017
The National featured a packed session on PIP and BI, giving valuable updates and insights for those who want to work best within the current system and prepare for any change that could occur. It was my pleasure to be a part of that panel. Since my lecture at The National, I received three emails asking for information on the Florida Bar rule. The story is always the same: The patient received a settlement; the lawyer is wanting to pay me $.20 on the dollar; the lawyer is insisting I take it or I won't get paid; and what can I do about it?
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Fighting Social Media Malaise
By the FCA   
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Enjoy this month's educational article form OnlineChiro, an FCA membership benefit provider. When managing social media for a healthcare practice, it can be hard to keep updates feeling fresh. Content might start to appear repetitive, dull or irrelevant, and that won't help you attract new patients.
Luckily, there are many simple techniques you can use to keep your social media content up to date, interesting and engaging. Small tweaks to your usual updates can make a massive difference to how well they're received, so it's worth taking the time to get everything right.
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Federal Court Order Prohibits Enforcement of HHS Sex and Gender Discrimination Rule
By Paul W. Lambert, FCA General Counsel   
Friday, 27 January 2017
A Texas federal court1 order prohibits a nationwide enforcement of those portions of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) §1557 Rule that prohibits discrimination against patients on the basis of sex or gender identity including termination of pregnancy. The remaining portions of the rule prohibiting discrimination based upon age or language barriers remain in effect. The lawsuit underlying this Texas federal court decision only challenges the portions of the Rule prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender identity, sex or termination of pregnancy. The remaining portions of the Rule are unchallenged and, thus, remain in effect.
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2017 Human Resources Checklist
By Debra Minor Brown   
Monday, 19 December 2016
The Seay Management Human Resources Management Checklist ensures that you implement "best practices" in terms of policies, procedures, manuals and documents to hire and retain good employees and motivate them to superior performance. Read more to access it.
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Higher Exempt Salary Levels Or Not. Where Do We Go From Here?
By Sandy Seay, President, Seay Management Consultants   
Monday, 05 December 2016
“The Wheel is come full circle . . . .” – Spoken by Edmund, “King Lear,” Act 5, Scene 3.

“I wish he would explain his explanation.”  Lord Byron, “Don Juan.”

OK, so the Department of Labor said they were raising the salary level for exempt employees sometime in 2015.  Then they said they didn’t know when it was going to be.  Then they said December 1, 2016.  They said the new number was $970 per week.  Then they said it was $927. Then they said it was another number and they didn’t know what it was.  Then they said it was $913. Now, at just about midnight, a Texas judge issues a preliminary injunction that prevents the rule from becoming effective on December 1st.  So all of the work, preparation, sweat and tears that management has put into getting ready for change is for naught, at least for the time being.  This is especially true for non-profit organizations and small businesses.
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