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The Word Within

by Corrine Graham

Randy Alcorn, May 2013. In Touch. As I read this article, The Word Within by Randy Alcorn, I thought I would share some of Randy’s thoughts on being a steward. I believe it weighs in a little on the increasing rate of fraud, five percent, when it addresses who is a steward and the role […]

Leaders

by Corrine Graham

“Leaders must be seen to be up front, up to date, up to their job and up early in the morning.”                     — Lord Sieff

The Best Leaders

by Corrine Graham

“The best leaders are apt to be found among those executives who have a strong component of unorthodoxy in their characters. Instead of resisting innovation, they symbolize it-and companies cannot grow without innovation.”                     — David Ogilvy

Sci-Tech Tidbits

by Corrine Graham

EuroNews Solar Impulse completed its first of five legs. Solar Impulse is a prototype of a larger aircraft said to have a launch date of 2015 and uses no fuel whatsoever but runs on solar energy. The first leg started over San Francisco and landed in Phoenix Arizona and completed in over 15 hours. Xenex […]

Thought for Today: Our Convictions

by Corrine Graham

Hello: While listening to Dr. Charles Stanley on Sunday May 5th 2013 broadcast; Dr. Stanley posed the following questions, which I believe are readily applicable to our professional and personal lives. 1: What convictions do you hold that guides your conduct? 2: What convictions do you hold that compromises your conduct? Dr. Stanley offered a […]

Positive agenda

by Corrine Graham

Friday, May 3, 2013 — Ralph Marston There’s much incompetence, injustice, negativity and outright evil in the world, but you don’t have to take it personally. Instead of letting it bring you down, let it inspire you to live at an even higher level. It’s easy to get discouraged by difficulties and misfortune. Yet it […]

Ten common health care provider frauds

by Corrine Graham

Charles Piper, CFE, CRT Billing for services not rendered. Billing for a non-covered service as a covered service. Misrepresenting dates of service. Misrepresenting locations of service. Misrepresenting provider of service. Waiving of deductibles and/or co-payments. Incorrect reporting of diagnoses or procedures      (includes unbundling). Overutilization of services. Corruption (kickbacks and bribery). False or unnecessary issuance […]