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Vascular Access Centers: A Complex Picture

Physicians are under a lot of pressure to improve their bottom line. In office procedures as described in this blog, as well as investments in surgery centers and other business ventures, all bring levels of needed regulatory compliance and increased regulatory scrutiny. From the business side, there are many stories of corporate partners from Hell! Before getting involved in any of these “opportunities,” physicians should work closely with their legal and financial advisors.  An ounce of legal prevention is worth a pound of very expensive legal cure.

Florida Healthcare Law Firm Blog

bcbs lawsuitBy: Jeff Cohen

Vascular access centers are a common ancillary service offered by a variety of physicians, mostly nephrologists.  They provide a unique setting for patients requiring interventional vascular services in connection with things like oncology, dialysis, nutritional delivery, wound healing, pain management and more.  Unlike many surgical services, however, they are typically not provided via a surgery center, but rather as part of (and inside) the physician’s practices.

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