Should on-call independent contractors be compensated more than employed physicians?

By Bartt B. Warner, CVA Compliance Today The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act of 1986 (EMTALA) created a need for hospitals that participate in Medicare to have physicians available to provide emergent medical services to patients in the hospital’s Emergency Department (ED). Thus, hospitals are required to ensure their EDs are either staffed or have.. read more →

Key Valuation Issues for Healthcare Leadership

Presentation by Thomas Warrington, CVA, Don Barbo, CPA/ABV, and Bartt Warner, CVA HFMA Maryland Spring Institute, March 13, 2017 Managing Directors, Thomas Warrington and Don Barbo and Manager, Bartt Warner presented on “Key Valuation Issues for Healthcare Leadership” at the HFMA Maryland Spring Institute in Annapolis, MD on March 13, 2017. read more →

Understanding the implications of OIG Advisory Opinion 16-07

Understanding the Implications of OIG Advisory Opinion 16-07 By Bartt B. Warner, CVA Becker’s Hospital Review read more →

Understanding Compensation per Work RVU

Understanding Compensation per Work RVU By Bartt Warner NACVA QuickRead, May 13, 2015 In this article Bartt Warner discusses administrator’s struggles in hospital and health system employed physician compensation structures due to a rise in physician practice acquisitions and retained employment of associated physicians. Structuring and benchmarking physician compensation is a focus of interest to.. read more →