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Pandemic Shows Need for Emergency Transportation SolutionAs COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States and strain the medical system's resources, many medical facilities may be forced to redirect or relocate patients to neighboring medical facilities. These medical transports would result in increased financial exposure to the patient.
Documentation and Decision Support Platform Simplifies Code Blue ResponseWorking to save a patient experiencing cardiac arrest is one of the most intense and stressful situations a hospital staff encounters. The task of accurately documenting a code is equally daunting.
Consider Adding a Prepaid Legal and Identity Theft Benefit to Your PortfolioCurrent statistics show that six of ten employees are currently facing an ongoing legal issue. By working with Lawton Benefits Group, Kansas hospitals can assure exceptional service and provide the best available rates for you and your employees.
Record Class Action Settlement Will Soon Be Ready for ClaimsThe Payment Card Interchange Fee Class Action Settlement received final approval on Dec. 13, 2019. The settlement fund will be approximately $5.54 billion and applies to all merchants who accepted VISA or MasterCard branded credit or debit cards between Jan. 1, 2004 – Jan. 25, 2019.
Recovering Missed Revenue OpportunitiesNo matter how good your systems are, there are significant claims that simply fall through the cracks and are written-off to bad debt.
Coronavirus and My Retirement Plan – Should I Do Something?Most of us know that eventually what goes up, must come down. Nov. 14, 2019, officially marked the "best bull market ever," However, the markets have taken a hit since then.
Kansas and Our Unique Weather AwesIn Kansas, spring weather can include violent tornados, damaging hail and powerful winds. Many property insurance underwriters are experiencing increased claim activity. As a result, they are increasing prices and changing coverage terms.
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