By Shayne Bevilacqua, MBA | 04-10-2020

April 10, 2020   UnitedHealth to offer nearly $2B in accelerated payments, financial support to providers (Fierce Healthcare-April 7, 2020) The insurer said that it would accelerate claims payments to both medical and behavioral health care providers across its fully insured commercial, Medicare Advantage (MA) and Medicaid plans. It will also make $125 million in […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua, MBA | 03-27-2020

Please read this announcement from the SBA regarding their disaster loan program for new applications:   U.S. Small Business Administration   To submit an application:   Email: Email your completed document(s) as attachments to: disasterloans@sba.gov Any information you send to SBA via email is sent via an unsecured email link. Due to the nature of […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua, MBA | 04-15-2019

When it comes to mistakes done on some work it can be counted as either an error or an omission. Both of them have the same result, work is not completed to a satisfactory standard and both can be central to a claim. However, the difference between the two can make a significant difference in […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua | 03-09-2016

Error And Omissions (E&O) insurance is one of the most important insurance policies your company must hold. Yet many small businesses don’t carry E&O insurance and are leaving themselves open to financial ruin in the event of a claim – regardless of whether there is negligence by the firm. What Is Errors And Omissions Insurance? […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua | 06-15-2014

If you’re reading this blog, there’s a good chance you have used YouTube at some point or another. And, if you have used YouTube, there is a possibility you have accessed one of the millions of instructional videos housed there that deviate from the norm (you know…cute cat videos, movie previews, music videos, etc.) Several […]

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By Shayne Bevilacqua | 12-08-2014

In part one of this series examining the impact of robotics in the modernization of the workplace (read here), I spoke about what the future of medicine might start to look like in 20 to 30 years. In his forthcoming book Beyond the Professions, legal futurist and professor Richard Susskind expounds upon the notion that […]

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