Transparency in Coverage
The Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and the Treasury finalized the Transparency in Coverage Rule requiring non-grandfathered health plans to create and post publicly-available machine-readable files free of charge and without any condition. These files must include in-network negotiated payment rates and historical out-of-network charges for covered items and services. This file is not designed as a consumer tool and is for information only.
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In a letter to the Editor in the Danville Register & Bee, Dr. Mark Hermann, an orthopedic surgeon practicing with Spectrum Medical for more than 30 years, encourages people to “roll up your sleeve and do your part to turn the tide” in the battle against COVID-19.
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March 17, 2017 | the Launch place
Take a peek at the changes to our new building at 109 Bridge Street scheduled to open in January 2017! There are a lot of changes being made to the inside as well as the outside!
The current practices of Danville Orthopedic Clinic, DOC Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, DOC Sports Medicine Outreach and DOC Clinical Research (Piedmont Regional Medical Center on currently located on Executive Drive) will be unified with Southside Arthritis & Rheumatology, and Southside Pain Solutions (Memorial Drive location) under one inclusive name and operation –SPECTRUM MEDICAL. Our This new name reflects our vision and mission of providing a full “spectrum” of musculoskeletal care within one unified and interconnected medical practice.
BY DENICE THIBODEAU | GoDanRiver.com
Don’t let the outside fool you — there is a lot going on inside the former Dan River Research Building, which will soon become the River District Tower.
“The building outside is not going to change much; it can’t — it’s a historic structure,” Dr. Mark Hermann — one of 11 investors in the project — told members of Danville City Council during a tour of the building Tuesday.
There will be new windows through most of the building, Hermann said, though they will look exactly like the old ones, most of which simply could not be restored.
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In early 2017, DOC and Southside Pain Solutions will join at our new location at the former Dan River Research and Development building on Bridge St. in downtown Danville. This will house a complete care center for all musculoskeletal needs for our current and future patients.
To learn more, read the following article from godanriver.com:
Hit by years of delays, Dan River Research Building renovation begins
By DENICE THIBODEAU | GoDanRiver.com
Danville has been awarded $20 million through the federal New Markets Tax Credit program — credits the city will use to attract business development projects that promise new jobs to the city.
Linwood Wright, a consultant with the Danville Office of Economic Development, said the program benefits larger development projects.
GET THE SPECIALIZED CARE YOU NEED, RIGHT AWAY!
Spectrum Medical accepts walk-in medical care or same-day appointments. In most cases, depending on the level of care you need and the time of day when you call, you’ll be seen by a provider that day. We specialize in dealing with the prevention or correction of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system and associated muscles, joints, and ligaments. Orthopedic Physicians use both surgical and non-surgical means to treat musculoskeletal trauma, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, infections, and congenital disorders.
Call (434) 793-4711 before noon to check for same day appointment availability. Regardless of the reason for your call, our first priority is to ensure that patients that have an urgent need is seen by a provider right away.
By: Tiffany Holland | GoDanRiver.com
Linwood Wright remembers the hustle and bustle that used to fill the halls of Dan River Inc.
Wright, like thousands of others, have seen the place that once reverberated with life in downtown Danville slowly morph into an empty, dilapidated building like a ghost that haunts the city, reminding people of things that once were.