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Examples of Medical False Claims Act Violations That Will be Prosecuted

Doctors, hospitals, med spas, pharmacies and other healthcare providers may violate the False Claims Act if they violate Stark Law or the Anti-Kickback Statute in addition to inflating bills, [...]

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How Healthcare Ventures Can Craft a Corporate Practice of Medicine Legal Strategy

Is the corporate practice of medicine a historical anachronism that's going to be done away with over time or even in the very short term?

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When a chiropractor and medical doctor provide stem cell therapies together, how do they navigate healthcare law obstacles?

Stem cell therapies, where chiropractors and medical doctors work together, raise challenges for healthcare lawyers…

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Got HIPAA? Get HIPAA? Joyce explains why and how

Interview with an expert in healthcare privacy and security, both on the federal side with HIPAA, and the state side, especially California law.

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How Cannabis Companies Tackle Legal Twists and Turns of Medical Marijuana Regulation

While the market for cannabis (or medical marijuana) grows due to the liberalization of state, cannabis companies can learn about legal and regulatory pitfalls.

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Legal Tripwires & Demand letters

As a healthcare and FDA attorney, I’ve written demand letters for my clients involving various alleged acts of wrongdoing that they had to fight against. These demand letters can be very tough on [...]

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Physicians & Healthcare Startups: Don’t Mess with Alphabet-Soup Lettered Government Agencies

Physicians and healthcare startups beware of FDA, FTC, and medical board liability: what you don’t know.

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How to Handle Stark and Anti-Kickback Legal Barriers When Physicians Invest in an MSO

This is a story about how Harry, a healthcare entrepreneur, worked through a proposed arrangement that was raising Stark and Anti-Kickback issues.

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Tips for Structuring Healthcare Practice as an Unlicensed Practitioner

Harry met Sally because Harry had migraines, sinusitis, chronic fatigue or tiredness of unknown origin, depression or just an emotional heaviness, or maybe because he needed help with [...]

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HIPAA compliance is not the end of liability for compromising patient privacy

You think you’ve got HIPAA compliance handled, in order to try to stay ahead of steep federal penalties, and then learn that is just the beginning of the story. HIPAA compliance itself is thorny. [...]

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