Doctors who spent heavily trying to comply with ObamaCare’s electronic health records mandate could still be hit with costly penalties.
ObamaCare gives doctors until October 1, 2014, to switch from paper-based to electronic health records. Failure to comply results in losing 1 percent of federal reimbursements for treating Medicare patients.
Here’s the rub.
“[P]hysicians who went electronic for the first time this year are discovering that [the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS] won’t be ready to officially register the evidence of their work until mid-October. That means they will miss the Oct. 1 deadline, and CMS will withhold 1 percent of their 2015 Medicare payments,” reports Politico.
That means that a doctors’ group like Morganton Eye Physicians…[more]
The dovetailing IRS, AP and Fox News scandals expose the shockingly routine contempt that federal bureaucrats show toward Americans’ Constitutional rights.
By what logic then, applying each day’s new revelations, would we choose to grant even more government discretion over those rights?
When it comes to the Second Amendment, the answer should be obvious.
No other right receives as much scorn and disdain as the right to keep and bear arms. After all, even the most hardened, dead-end leftists will profess cursory respect for First Amendment freedoms, at least…
"The United States, joined by five Arab allies, launched an intense campaign of airstrikes, bombings and cruise-missile attacks against the Islamic State and another militant group in Syria Monday night – marking the first U.S. military intervention in Syria since the start of that country’s civil war in 2011. U.S. Central Command (Centcom) said in a statement released early Tuesday…[more]