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Pathology Today, March 31, 2016

Recap of the 2016 Legislative Session: Balance billing legislation passed

After many years of negotiation, HB 221 was passed with a unanimous vote in the Senate and a vote of 118-0 in the House. HB 221, which takes effect July 1, 2016, relates to out-of-network health insurance coverage and very well may materially alter how hospital based pathology groups conduct business. The bill applies to all emergency and nonemergency non-contracted, covered services rendered in a participating hospital setting. 

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Pathology Today, March 16, 2016

Save the date for the FSP 2016 Summer Anatomic Pathology Conference

The conference will take place on July 23-24 at the Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, Florida. More information will be available soon regarding the scientific agenda and how to register on the FSP website. Interested in booking your hotel room at the Four Seasons Resort now?

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Pathologists Today, March 2, 2016

We invite you to attend the Florida Society of Pathologist’s 2016 Summer Anatomic Pathology Conference taking place on July 23-24, at the Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, Florida.

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Pathology Today, February 17, 2016

Recap: 2016 Florida Society of Pathologists 42nd Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference:

"What an incredible meeting!" was the most common phrase heard on Sunday, Feb. 14, as FSP's conference wrapped up. Indeed, the meeting was a success. The gathering was opened by FSP President Margaret Neal thanking the physicians present for being an important part of the pathology profession.

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Pathology Today, February 3, 2016

Not too late to register for the 2016 Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference
Join us Feb. 12-14 for another sensational program featuring presentations on cutting edge pathology topics! Also attending are leading pathology affiliates from across the country displaying the latest in products and services for our pathologists. Register now before it's too late.

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Pathology Today, January 20, 2016

'Balance billing' proposal clears house panel
Tampa Bay Business Journal
In an issue watched closely by doctors, hospitals and insurers, a House panel Tuesday, Jan. 19, approved a proposal aimed at protecting patients from surprise charges when they need emergency care. The bill (HB 221), approved by the House Insurance & Banking Subcommittee, deals with an issue known as "balance billing." That can occur, for example, when patients need emergency care and are treated by doctors who are not part of the networks of the patients' insurers.

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Pathology Today, January 6, 2016

Reserve your room today for the 42nd Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference
The last day for the discounted hotel rate is Friday, Jan. 8., and the room block for the FSP 2016 Annual Conference has been filled. There are a limited number of overflow rooms available at nearby Disney hotels.

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Pathology Today, December 23, 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, FSP would like to wish its members, partners and other industry professionals a safe and happy holiday season. As we reflect on the past year for the industry, we would like to provide the readers of Pathology Today a look at the most accessed articles from the year. Our regular publication will resume Wednesday, Jan. 6.

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Pathology Today, December 9, 2015

You're invited to the FSP 42nd Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference!

Join us for another sensational program featuring presentations on cutting edge pathology topics! Also attending are leading pathology affiliates from across the country displaying the latest in products and services for our pathologists.

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Pathology Today, November 25, 2015

You're invited to the FSP 42nd Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference!

Join the Florida Society of Pathologists at the 42nd Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference. Our sensational faculty members include: Bridgitte Ronnett, M.D., with the John Hopkins Hospital; Stuart Schnitt, M.D., with Harvard Medical School; Michael Torbenson, M.D., with the Mayo Clinic.

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