In fiscal year 2020, Medicare paid over $16 billion to hospitals throughout the United States in the form of Graduate Medical Education (GME) payments. This Client Alert by Greenbaum attorneys James A. Robertson, John W. Kaveney and Paul L. Croce is an overview of the basic details of those Medicare GME payments.
Counsel, Healthcare Department
Mr. Croce focuses his practice in the field of healthcare. His work includes representing clients in hospital reimbursement matters before the Department of Health and the Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services. He provides counsel on issues related to contracting, civil litigation and professional licensing matters, and represents a variety of healthcare industry clients including physicians, dentists, hospitals and for-profit and non-profit healthcare systems.
Mr. Croce also has substantial experience defending attorneys and other licensed professionals against claims of malpractice and ethics grievances.
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