AAH releases plan to fight Medicare fraud; Huge green facility gets funding in San Diego;

> Disturbed by the growing problem of Medicare fraud in the home medical equipment sector, the American Association for Homecare has released a thirteen point plan to fight Medicare fraud. Article

> La Maestra Community Health Centers in San Diego has been trying to get funding for a huge, 34,660 square foot green healthcare facility in the City Heights area of San Diego since 2004. Now, in spite of the troubled economic times, they finally have their funding. Article

> Ascension Health, which almost took over Caritas Christi Healthcare system last year, is loaning the system $100 million to keep them afloat. Could a takeover bid still be in the future? Article

> A study from the MGMA found that practices are not ready for disasters; 84 percent of respondents had not participated in an emergency drill with government agencies in the last year. Article

And Finally... This man apparently thinks he has to steal anything with wheels that's not locked up. Article

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