... I have a new practice and am looking to take on a mental health professional (who has an MD) on a consulting basis, part-time. I'd like to pay her by the hour, and pay her most of what insurance companies and the government pay my practice for her services.
However, I see from some online research that maybe this could violate anti-kickback statutes and the Stark Act;... (0 replies)
... Are you talking about being a home health aide through an agency ? ... (1 replies)
... what dose it take to become a home health care personnel for a family member? ... (1 replies)
... I'm considering a career change into the health care field. ... (6 replies)
... My husband has a MBA in health administration. He is also a Radiation therapy technologist as well as a radiological technologist. ... (1 replies)
... I'm exploring the possibility of gaining my MBA in health administration. I am wondering what career paths can this lead you down. Any Ideas from the brilliant healthcare professionals on healthboards.com? ... (1 replies)
... in the end. I have looked into Clayton College of Natural Health and Everglades University. ... (2 replies)
... how many years do you have to go to school to be a public health nurse (1 replies)
... So im wondering if i can enter the health care field ? ... (2 replies)
... ck, I start to worry that I'm going to have one. Now I worry about every ache and pain I get. I saw a psychiatrist who told me that my job is my biggest mental health hazard. I really do not want to change careers. I have it made with the job I have. I work from home and with 2 small children, it works out so nicely. ... (2 replies)
... Is anyone out there a Public Health or Health Promotion major? ... (0 replies)
... I am a 44 y/o male with cerebral palsy, i have some questions.
1) does anyone think 44 is too late to go back to school for 2 years?
2) does anyone know someone or know of anyone that is in the health care field that has CP such as a nurse , medical assistant, x-ray technician, sonograghy etc ? (1 replies)
... There a a bunch of tracks that lead to the end result of being a counselor of some type. Most all require a license and at least a Masters (MSW - Social Work; MA / MS in Counseling) or a PhD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or a PsyD in Clinical Psychology. Some of the other Masters programs are in specialized areas like school counseling, drug / alcohol counseling,...
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... :wave: It's a wonderful idea--some hospitals have in conjunction with their physical therapy depts. health "gyms"--the one I joined has a swimming pool, with aquatic classes offered as well as times set up for lap swimming, and kids can swim on weekends...it has two or three racquet ball rooms, a basketball court, lots of weight resistance type machines with state of the art... (4 replies)
... aren't sure how to exercise the right way to help them. My idea is to create a health center for people with dissabilities that can create fitness plans based on each persons needs. ... (4 replies)
... nt to do with my life. I really think something in the field of alternative medicine is what I should do. I've recently done some research on becoming a holistic health practitioner. There is this college called the Global Institute of Alternative Medicine that offers home study programs. ... (2 replies)
... I honestly wouldn't let that hold you back. I have health problems, cervical pre-cancerous cells, and I am a nursing student. What kind of "counselor" told you that?!?!?! Everybody has some sort of health problems; I don't think it interferes. I say GO FOR IT!! (1 replies)
... American Acupuncture Council is absolutely HORRIBLE!!! Dont use them! I had an issue and they dropped my policy and tried to do everything possible to NOT help me. It was a frivolous complaint too, which was dropped. They are not there to help Acupuncturists. AAC is not a real insurance company,they are risk retention group who is not accountable to the department of... (1 replies)
... e should be able to help you. THeir web sites should have local chapter information. I'd send you to ARMA but they might have to search around for someone with health information management specific training as most of them don't belong to ARMA. ... (13 replies)
... just know that the HIPPA law itself does not lay out specifics as you stated. I used to belong to records management orgranization called ARMA but they are not health records specific like AHIMA and other orgs are. Is this a course or an employer training? ... (13 replies)