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Legislative Insight From US Congressman Earl “Buddy” Carter of Georgia
April 3, 2024

Another great episode with a someone that brings a very unique perspective, US Congressman Buddy Carter of Georgia’s first district. Rep. Carter has worn many hats from Pharmacist to business owner, mayor of a suburban town, and for the last 12 years, as the US Representative from Georgia’s largest district. What is such a perspective from someone outside our industry and the work he sees is necessary to improve healthcare in such a thriving suburban town that currently cannot meet the needs of its residents. A great conversation with US Congressman Buddy Carter.

Coding Changes for 2023 (Including E&M, New G-Codes, and Screening Reimbursements) | With Steve Adams
December 14, 2022

On today’s episode, Jason shares an article about how Mark Cuban is expanding his low-cost pharmacy project. And Aron shares about how charging for digital messages may be on shaky ground.

Jason sits down with our guest Steve Adams. A Certified Professional Coder Instructor with InGauge Healthcare Solutions with more than 20 years-experience with training others how to code in all arenas of care. Steve dissects the coding changes for 2023 in the Final Rule, including E&M, new G-codes, and screening reimbursements.

Direct Contracting Marketplace | With Troy Reichert
November 16, 2022

In this episode, Jason shares about a recent study showing that Telehealth is here to stay. And Aaron talks about the growing attitude in Washington about mandating cyber security in healthcare.

Then Jason sits down with Troy Reichert, the Chief Revenue Officer of Coral, where he oversees all business development strategies working with advisors, medical providers, and industry leaders to expand the adoption and utilization of self-funded medical plans and direct provider relationships. He is an “evangelist” for free market healthcare, fair & transparent pricing and choice for employers, employees, and individuals. His TPA established one of the most successful direct contract programs putting doctors.

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