F.J. Thomas has worked in healthcare business for more than fifteen years in Tennessee. Her experience as a contract appeals analyst has given her an intimate grasp of the inner workings of both the provider and insurance world. Knowing first hand that the industry is constantly changing, she strives to find resources and information you can use.
Atlanta, GA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Workers who were laid off during the pandemic may be more likely to be replaced by automation during the recovery period according to a new fiscal report from ... Read More
Savannah, GA (WorkersCompensation.com) – It seems durable medical equipment (DME) and telemedicine have been under the federal radar as another telemedicine operator has been charged with healthcare ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – A case study from the National Institute for Infectious Diseases in Italy and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine suggests patients could harbor the ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – A new study published in the Lancet suggests that around 20 percent of healthcare workers may test positive for COVID-19. Symptomatic healthcare workers were ... Read More
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – In response to the COVID-19 crisis, some providers were required to cancel their patient’s elective procedures in an effort to stem the ever-growing ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – With recent rule changes from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to accommodate telehealth capabilities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ... Read More
Parsons, TN (WorkersCompensation.com) – A large percentage of rural hospitals in Tennessee were already in danger of closing prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, however Decatur county has lost its only ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - With many hospitals being in danger of shutting down, Arizona has taken a no-nonsense, albeit risky approach in keeping one of its facilities afloat during the ... Read More
The Sturgis Superspreader Event Increasing evidence points to August’s Sturgis motorcycle rally as a major contributor to the big increase in infections throughout the upper midwest.
With 400,000 folks spending days talking, ...