Edward J. Cyran

On July 1, 2020, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and Gov. Wolf issued a 14-day quarantine recommendation for any individual returning to PA from any of 19 states.  The Department
Continue Reading PA Health Care Practices and Facilities Should Modify Their COVID-19 Policies for New Travel Quarantine

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) generally requires employers to report and record workplace injuries. OSHA has published revised guidance regarding its recordkeeping requirements for
Continue Reading OSHA Revises its Guidance for Recording Work-Related COVID-19 Cases

***UPDATE:  The PA DOH is now permitting dental practices to re-open for non-urgent or elective care.  Please see our post summarizing the guidance here:  PA Dental Practices Permitted to Re-Open
Continue Reading PA Medical and Dental Practices Permitted to Resume Elective Care with Limitations

In the continued fight against opioid addiction, Pennsylvania enacted a new law, effective November 27, 2019, that requires prescribers in Pennsylvania to implement additional steps prior to treating a patient’s
Continue Reading PA Continues Fight Against Opioid Addiction with Opioid Treatment Agreements

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has issued revised Guidance effective April 27, 2020, permitting ambulatory surgery facilities (ASFs) to resume the performance of elective procedures, if the ASF makes an
Continue Reading PA DOH Issues Revised Guidance on Elective Procedures in Ambulatory Surgery Facilities

In a severe act, Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf has ordered all health care providers, facilities, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers to report their inventory of personal protective equipment (PPE), certain pharmaceutical drugs
Continue Reading PA Gov. Orders All Health Care Providers to Report Inventory of PPE and Certain Drugs