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Medical Economics

Medical Economics, a national magazine for medical providers, sought input from Richard Quadrino as to providers’ needs in challenging claims denials…

Law360

Law360, a widely-read legal journal for judges and law firms contacted and interviewed Richard Quadrino for commentary on audits by health insurance companies…

American Medical News

The AMA’s publication, American Medical News, interviewed Richard Quadrino to see how how doctors and hospitals could obtain…

Becker’s Hospital Review

Richard was contacted by Becker’s, a leading hospital journal, to publish an article regarding the use of ERISA by hospital revenue cycle teams to increase collections on commercially…

The Wall Street Journal

A lawsuit commenced by Quadrino Law Group on behalf of compound pharmacies against the nation’s leading pharmacy benefits manager, Express Scripts, was featured in the Wall Street Journal…

Managed Care Advisor

In a front-page feature article entitled “You Have More Leverage Than You Think When Dealing With Denials”, Richard Quadrino dispelled a few notions, laid out a vision…

Physicians Practice

Richard was asked by Physicians Practice to write about the federal ERISA law and how doctors and care providers can use it to their advantage when it comes to their dealings with the health…

Lawyers.com

The publishers of Lawyers.com, one of the largest online legal resources, interviewed Richard Quadrino as to…

Chiropractic Economics

This national publication sought a piece to be written by Richard Quadrino, now a featured blogger on its website (chiroeco.com), as to…

Seminar — Hospital Association

Believe it or not, misconceptions about ERISA exist at every level. Multi-disciplinary groups, local practitioners, large practice groups — and even hospitals — have all “heard” about ERISA…

MGMA Seminar By R. Quadrino

The New York Chapter of the Medical Group Management Association invited Mr. Quadrino to address QLG’s use of ERISA in…

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