Topics: Hospitals & Facilities

Got Millennials?

By: Tammie Lunceford

As we meet with clients and evaluate trends affecting the day to day growth of their practice, it is evident that technology is an important consideration. In the past, physicians

November 17th, 2016 | Healthcare, Hospitals & Facilities

Is the New Overtime Rule a Problem for Your Practice

By: Tammie Lunceford

The Department of Labor recently announced a new minimum required salary for employees who are considered exempt from overtime pay.  The change is effective on December 1, 2016 but it

August 24th, 2016 | Health Care Reform, Healthcare, Hospitals & Facilities

Legal Perspectives on Hospital Transactions and Affiliations

By: Warren Averett

Keith Mauriello and Matthew Brohm of Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP provide a legal perspective on hospital transactions and affiliations. They discuss various drivers of integration and consolidation of hospitals, and

August 23rd, 2016 | Healthcare, Hospitals & Facilities

Cyber Security and IT Compliance

By: Warren Averett

Warren Averett’s Amy Walker discusses the significance of cyber security and of protecting information from security breaches. To support her perspective, she talks about the impact of a security breach

May 31st, 2016 | Hospitals & Facilities

Accounting and Auditing Update

By: Warren Averett

Phillip Grice and Paul Perry of Warren Averett encourage hospitals to think about what they should be doing to ensure that they are in compliance with the changes in 501(r)

April 28th, 2016 | Hospitals & Facilities

The Future of Healthcare: Mickey Trimm

By: Warren Averett

Director of UAB Center for Healthcare, J.M. “Mickey” Trimm, Ph.D., presents the changes that the healthcare industry will experience over the next 20-30 years. Mickey discusses health policy and organizational

March 23rd, 2016 | Hospitals & Facilities

Top Legal Issues of 2015

By: Warren Averett

Attorneys from Maynard, Cooper and Gale share the most significant legal issues faced by the healthcare industry this year. Jim Pool discusses the two-midnight rule and John Lanier explains the

February 24th, 2016 | Hospitals & Facilities

How Can Medical Practices Stay Fiscally Stable?

By: Warren Averett

Jim Stroud, a Member in Warren Averett's Healthcare Consulting Group, was recently featured in an article on ambulatoryadvisor.com contributing his thoughts on how medical practices can stay fiscally stable and avoid pitfalls. “For many

October 21st, 2015 | Healthcare, Hospitals & Facilities, In the News