June 9, 2021—Despite LNG’s carbon benefits over coal and petroleum products, it is being reconsidered by governments as a “transition” fuel to a lower-carbon economy.The Consumer Economy Is About to Come Down from Its Sugar High
June 7, 2021—Regardless of one’s views of the federal response to the pandemic, the consideration of the moment is that relief for most Americans will be going away.The Two-Midnight Rule 2021
June 4, 2021—The HHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) will resume short stay audits of inpatient (IP) claims and added the audits to its annual work plan for 2021.Digital Health Might Be the Answer to Patient-Centered Care
June 4, 2021—Digital health can enhance access, increase engagement, and empower populations to manage their health and wellness. The opportunity is large.Mobile Money Is Driving Financial Inclusion, but Beware the Risks
June 3, 2021—With the pandemic causing acceleration of the shift to digital banking, growth is projected throughout developed and developing countries for mobile money.The Rise in Isolation Gaming…and Cheating
June 1, 2021—Video games are increasingly being used as a gateway for entertainment for those isolating at home. Some gamers find it necessary to “hack” (i.e., cheat).Price Transparency Efforts Yielding Disappointing Results
May 18, 2021— As part of the federal government’s efforts to increase market competition in healthcare, CMS introduced the Price Transparency regulation.Proving COVID-19 Related Time Claims
May 11, 2021—COVID-19 has led to widespread disruption. Whilst the construction industry has remained active, it has not been immune to this upheaval.Sanctions: Am I Off the Hook?
May 13, 2021—The implications on a party to contract when its counterparty may become subject to modern-day sanctions are best demonstrated by the Nord Stream 2 project.