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"… e option of lobbying to weaken the federal law. Dr. Alexander Sherriffs, a physician in the town of Fowler who sits on the district’s 15-member governing boa …"

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"… and $700,000 in revenues. In a 2011 proposal to supply a flight medicine physician at a Texas Air Force base, Anguh listed five others – including Humphrey …"

"… potential vendor for 57 services, ranging from environmental consulting to physician services to newspaper publishing. In one of these contracts, Glocoms beat …"

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"… ed a comparatively voluminous eight-paragraph health letter written by her physician. The letters declared both Trump and Clinton healthy and fit to serve as …"

"… a problem, the public would want to know that,” said Dr. Howard Brody, a physician and ethicist who recently retired from the University of Texas Medical Bra …"

"… dential candidates and provided a detailed medical letter by her long time physician … Donald Trump has put forward a laughable letter that omits basic healt …"

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"… ociated with this [ailment].” But some things are known. Scientists and physicians say the biggest threat to human health — be it workers or anyone else …"

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"… newly unsealed whistleblower lawsuit. The suit was filed by South Florida physician Mario M. Baez. It accuses Humana, and his former business partner, Dr. Isa …"

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"… Louisville’s biggest factories, his lawyers alleged in a lawsuit. But a physician testifying on behalf the companies blamed Durham’s mesothelioma in part …"

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"… sed merger between Partners HealthCare, the state’s largest hospital and physician network, and a smaller Boston area hospital raised red flags. Regulators a …"

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"… s behalf in May 2011. Newport News Shipbuilding contested. That June, a physician for the shipyard, Dr. Andrew Churg, reviewed the slides and records from S …"

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"… with coal mine dust exposure is broader than generally recognized,” the physicians wrote. Doctors testifying for coal companies counter that this body of r …"

"… t not be controversial,” he said. “The current norm is the contest of physician's reports. If this exercise ever had a fresh, truth-seeking outlook, it ha …"

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"… a small unit of radiologists who are professors at the medical school and physicians at the hospital. For 40 years, these doctors have been perhaps the most s …"

"… the university charges up to 10 times the rate miners typically pay their physicians. Doctors have come and gone from the unit over the years, but the leader …"

"… ly chose a doctor who commonly testifies for coal companies, yet even this physician diagnosed the most advanced stage of complicated black lung. Then the opi …"

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"… stified that radiologists received bonuses for being “productive.” The physician could not be reached for comment. Wheeler said he didn’t know how his sa …"

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"… ted last Friday, companies like GE are working directly with hospitals and physician groups to reduce costs and improve the quality of care for their workers i …"

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"… ldren that are harmed. These are not criminals,” Ellen Wright Clayton, a physician and member of the team, said at a press conference in Washington, D.C. on …"

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"… mere existence of facility fees is contentious because they come on top of physician bills and hospital charges for tests, medicines and other supplies, and ha …"

"… ent codes being used were designed by the American Medical Association for physician billing, not emergency room services. Doctors pick one of the five-digit c …"

"… more they are paid. Hospitals have long complained that codes written for physicians don’t translate easily for pricing emergency room resources, but deny t …"

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"… almost 99 percent” eventually are approved, he said. Benishek, who is a physician, has proposed that every service member gets a full audiology examination …"

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"… ntific work has caused some discomfort” in industry circles. Broun is a physician and U.S. Senate candidate who has called man-made climate change a “hoax …"

"… y development as “lies straight from the pit of hell.” Bucshon, also a physician, is a self-described “long-term friend of coal.” Since 2010, each has …"

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"… wamped by the influence of drug makers, medical device companies and local physicians, who often believe procedures work, even if the prevailing science says o …"

"… al coverage determination process, it is often swamped by the influence of physicians and manufacturers, as in the 2007 case of cardiac CT scans, a radiology p …"

"… ashington have become more savvy at doing their own research. That has led physician groups and other medical industry interests to “coverage shop,” partic …"

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"… ace. On the Republican side, former Bogota, N.J., Mayor Steve Lonegan and physician Alieta Eck are running. The Pallone campaign has repeatedly called on the …"

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"… o Medicare more than tripled to 136,000 annually, according to a review of physician billing data by the Center for Public Integrity. In 2001, physicians bille …"

"… iew of physician billing data by the Center for Public Integrity. In 2001, physicians billed taxpayers a total of $20 million for the procedure. By 2011, the p …"

"… edure. By 2011, the price tag had quadrupled to $80 million. The number of physicians billing the surgery more than doubled. “With this kind of management m …"

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"… of billions of dollars in taxpayer money. Donald W. Simborg, a California physician who participated in two government groups that studied the billing fraud i …"

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"… p; …"

"… w hanging fruit [for cutting costs],” said Dr. Kevin Kavanagh, a retired physician who heads HealthWatch USA, a patient advocacy group based in Kentucky.Tom …"

"… es when they seek care from:·       Private physicians who have sold their medical practices to a hospital and stayed on as empl …"

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"… octor visit was necessary, CMS said.Dr. Stephen R. Levinson, a Connecticut physician and expert on medical coding, said that “this is another way of saying t …"

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"… ere now subsidizing the purchase of low-priority items,” added Coburn, a physician who is the senior Republican member of the Homeland Security permanent sub …"

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"… med to be an abundance of disease among female workers.Keith, Brophy and a physician put together a health questionnaire, which was circulated at five plants. …"

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"… arriage. In Florida, justices face the wrath of a pro-business group and a physician who object to President Barack Obama’s health care reform law.Eighteen s …"

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"… arriage. In Florida, justices face the wrath of a pro-business group and a physician who object to President Barack Obama’s health care reform law.Supporters …"

"… ved nearly $70,000 in contributions, almost all of which came from Florida physician Allan Jacob.In 2010, Jacob gave $15,000 to a political committee headed by …"

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"… ate for U.S. House in the state’s 3rd District.“Mad Science” opposes physician David Gill, the Democratic candidate for U.S. House in Illinois’ 13th Di …"

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"… added or necessary medical service.Dr. Stephen R. Levinson, a Connecticut physician and expert on medical coding and billing issues, called the inspector gene …"

"… ed the inspector general’s focus a “warning shot across the bow” for physicians. While Medicare requires an efficient auditing effort, Levinson also crit …"

"… o criticized the “punitive nature” of the audits, which are “turning physicians off.”Other critics have noted that the software itself may encourage me …"

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"… l check it out. …"

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"… aluation and Management” codes to bill for emergency room and outpatient physician charges and other fees. In past years, Medicare has for the most part paid …"

"… the Boulder City hospital hired Emcare Inc., which provided emergency room physicians and took over coding duties as part of its contract.Sellers alleged in he …"

"… o perform certain coding tasks.”Emcare supplies emergency room and other physician staff to more than 500 hospitals across the country. The Dallas-based comp …"

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