Delivering quality care is about more than good technology and billing habits. Growing your bottom line while still maintaining that level of care for your patients is becoming more and more challenging. That’s where DAS comes in. We recognize that the place where technology compliance, personal service, and business goals intersect can be difficult to navigate alone. We make great systems more powerful and good service more meaningful so that you can continue to practice better medicine. We’re DAS, and we’re here to help.
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Weekly updates on what's happening in the world of DAS and important information to help you navigate the quickly changing world of healthcare.
Kidney-care providers to face 2% cut to Medicare payments and see new quality metrics
Kidney-care providers could see their Medicare payments reduced by up to 2% in the next few years if they do not score high enough on quality measures. The CMS on Friday proposed u..Read More >>
Supreme Court upholds subsidies in King v. Burwell
Insurance premium subsidies will continue to flow to Americans in all states under the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. Supreme Court decided 6-3 in King v. Burwell on Thursday. The ..Read More >>
The ICD-10 Coding Transition Deadline is Less than 100 Days Away
The deadline for the ICD-10 coding transition is less than 100 days away and healthcare providers are scrambling to finish preparing for the implementation. The Centers for Medic..Read More >>
Gov. Scott signs budget, paving way for USF medical school in Vinik's district in downtown Tampa
One of the anchors of Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik’s billion-dollar, mixed-use district in downtown Tampa cleared a key hurdle Thursday. Gov. Rick Scott signed into l..Read More >>