Last month, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) kicked off a rulemaking process that, if enacted, would reshape the credit reporting and debt collection landscape and could have a detrimentalContinue Reading The CFPB Considers Rules to Remove Medical Debt from Credit Reports: What does this Mean for Medical and Dental Providers?
This post from Immigration Practice Group Co-Chair, Catherine Wadhwani, suggests J-1 Physician Waiver sponsorship as a means of meeting patient needs. …
Continue Reading J-1 Waivered Physicians – Meeting Patient Needs
When COVID-19 was on the rise, ransomware attacks were right alongside it. A new investigation published in JAMA Health Forum found that ransomware attacks more than doubled in the last…Continue Reading Reduce Your Risk (And We’re Not Just Talking COVID-19 Vaccines)
Two landmark cases fraught with False Claim Act (“FCA”) allegations of fraudulent billing for prescription drugs against food and pharmacy chains are making their way from the Seventh Circuit to…Continue Reading Is it Really Fraud? The Supreme Court Will Decide
On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NPRM”) which would broadly prohibit companies from entering into or enforcing non-competition agreements or clauses…Continue Reading FTC Proposes Broad Rule Banning Non-Compete Covenants with Physicians and Other Healthcare Workers
On December 1, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) published a Bulletin warning HIPAA covered entities and business associates about the use…Continue Reading OCR Warns Covered Entities and Business Associates about Tracking Technology
When hiring an associate dentist, it is critical for a dental practice to have a strong and clear employment agreement.
While practices often understand the importance of engaging a lawyer…Continue Reading Should a Practice Engage a Dental Lawyer to Negotiate an Associate Employment Agreement?
The federal No Surprises Act is now in effect, and it is changing how medical practices, ambulatory surgery centers, and hospitals interact with patients and health insurers. See our initial…
Continue Reading The No Surprises Act is Here: How do Practices Comply? (Part I)
This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney Nathanael F. Williams, Esq., and was first published as an Alert on Fox’s website.
Health care providers should take special …
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