With the amendment, the Los Angeles-based imaging firm now has $195M at its disposal, along with $84.5M more in cash.
The agreement covers seven additional outpatient imaging and breast care centers, Memorial Hermann and the Texas physician practice announced.
Around since 2011 and based in Wayne, Pennsylvania, the company specializes in treating peripheral artery disease.
The agency was originally slated to release the final rule this summer, however, officials have postponed the process until August 2021.
Based in Austin, the privately held Acessa Health specializes in minimally invasive, uterine-sparing solutions for women with symptomatic fibroids.
Plus, imaging workers claim unsafe conditions in California, and Alabama expands scope-of-practice rules for physician assistants.
The California-based company provides a range of services that include imaging joint ventures, help with center acquisitions, and outsourced radiology assistance for hospitals.
Experts from Emory University discovered a correlation after studying national Medicare imaging trends over a 12-year period and lining them up against lawsuit payouts.
Such sites generate significant income for hospitals, while also capturing a large portion of outpatient imaging, experts wrote in Academic Radiology.
Consulting firm Healthcare Administrative Partners highlighted payment cuts as severe as 18% for high-volume imaging procedures.
The company has seen an uptick in COVID-19 cases in core markets, but third quarter volumes continue to recover from the steep drops seen in the spring.
Physician’s Mobile X-Ray has agreed to pony up nearly $50,000 for violating the False Claims Act over a five-year period.