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Ann will present a talk entitled Zen and the Art of Representing Hospital-Based Physician Groups at the AHLA’s 2016 Physicians and Hospitals Law Institute in Austin, Texas. Her talk, with co-presenter Jay Martus, Esq. from Washington, D.C., will address business … Continued

The Wolf Is Indeed With the Sheep

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The Wolf Is Indeed With the Sheep In the health law industry, providers often feel like people in positions like mine – attorneys, consultants, advisors, etc. – are like the little boy who cried wolf.  As you will read below, … Continued

Is your Organization ready for a HIPAA Audit?

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The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) recently announced that it will survey 1,200 covered entities (health plans, health care providers, and health care clearinghouses) and business associates (groups that provide certain services to covered … Continued

The Hottest Job in America?

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Name the hottest job in America right now. Social media? Web development? Nursing? None of the above. According to The Wall Street Journal, the hottest job in America right now is (drum roll please….) Compliance Officer. Sexy? No. Necessary? Oh … Continued

What’s Happening in Health Law – June 2010

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Law firms are notorious for emailing “client alerts” and “client bulletins” to adorn clients’ inboxes with impressive analysis of current legal developments. The bulletins sometimes come almost daily, explaining in excruciating detail and in thousands of words the latest legal … Continued

Fee Splitting Prohibition Handbook

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Fee Splitting Prohibition Handbook In Florida, a physician can lose his or her license for splitting fees generated from patient care. The law, which came into effect in 1992, sets forth a list of actions or omissions for which the … Continued