Eleventh-Hour Trump Administration FLSA Classification Rule Revived

Just when residential healthcare employers thought it was safe to get back into the classification waters, a late-stage Trump administration rule, “Independent Contractor

Continue Reading Residential Healthcare Owners and Operators Beware: Department of Labor is Tackling Misclassification of Employees, Again

The NC State Board of Dental Examiners (“Dental Board”) recently disciplined a dentist in March 2022 for failing to adequately supervise her practice locations in North Carolina.  The dentist, who

Continue Reading North Carolina Dental Board Disciplines DSO-Affiliated Dentist for Failure to Adequately Supervise Practices

The federal No Surprises Act and interim final rules implementing the Act went into effect on January 1, 2022. Part I is aimed at reducing “surprise bills” to patients in

Continue Reading Surprise: Long Term Care Providers Are Not Exempt from The No Surprises Act’s Good Faith Estimate Requirement for Uninsured and Self-Pay Patients

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)