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Many private lenders offer student loan consolidation programs, and the choice can be overwhelming. Of course, to find the best deal, you’ll want to shop around to see what different lenders have to offer. Traditionally, this would require a lot of time, effort, and research on your part. The loan consolidation comparison is a hassle-free …

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When payers and commercial providers come to the negotiating table this year, they will do so during a pandemic. The unprecedented financial and public health challenges facing payers and providers will in turn affect the types of deals they enter into. Becker Hospital Review asked Jackie Selby, a member of the national law firm Epstein …

Your federal student loan consolidation interest rate is the weighted average of your federal loan interest rates, rounded up to the nearest eighth of a percentage point. This means that larger loans are more important in your final interest rate. See your consolidation rate How Federal Loan Consolidation Rates Work Consolidation simplifies your payment. When …

[ad_1] CarePort Health, which develops software for care transitions, announced a new tool, CarePort Connect for Interoperability, which it says is designed to help hospitals comply with the new Centers for Medicare final interoperability rules and Medicaid Services. WHY IS IT IMPORTANT CMS’s amended conditions of participation require hospitals participating in Medicare and Medicaid to …

[ad_1] Section 4408 of the CARES Act suspends the 2% sequestration reduction of Medicare program payments that have been in place since April 1, 2013. The suspension of sequestration in Medicare will run from May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020. December 2020 and will impact both the original Medicare service charges as well as …

Section 4408 of the CARES Act suspends the 2% sequestration reduction of payments under the Medicare program that has been in place since April 1, 2013. December 2020 and will impact both fees for service payments under original Medicare as well as capitation payments by Medicare to Medicare Advantage Organizations (“MAOs”). While it is clear …