LBMC is proud to announce participation in another successful campaign drive, “Full Tummies, Warm Hearts” that served 680 families in our community this year that would not have had a Thanksgiving meal through United Way of Williamson County. read more »!doctype>
Preventative medicine has become standard practice in workplace wellness programs. And one of the best tools employees can use to combat and potentially prevent illnesses is to know the medical histories of their families. Toward that end, the Surgeon General, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and other governmental agencies, has begun a Family Health Initiative. read more »
Unless your health plan has "grandfathered" status, you are already subject to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirement that preventive services (as defined on this government website) be included in your plan, and come without any employee deductible, co-pay or co-insurance provisions. (This assumes, of course, that you are large enough to be required to play or pay.) read more »
Employee fraud is a risk in every business, and physician practices are no exception. One survey done by the MGMA found that 83% of respondents have been affiliated with a practice that has been victimized by employee theft or embezzlement. And with an Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) survey estimating that a typical organization loses 5% of its revenues to fraud, you could take a real hit to your bottom line.
By Amanda Hensley
You have just walked out of your last final. All of those burdensome accounting classes have ended, finals are complete, graduation is behind us, and you are studying for the last section of the CPA exam. Everything in life seems so perfect until you realize that those summers of sitting around the pool all day are over. It’s time to start your career. The goal you have worked toward for so many years is finally here and you’ve got to get a job…a “real” job. Now what? read more »