Publications

The Incredible Shrinking Paycheck: MACRA and the link Between Accountability and Physician Compensation
American College of Gastroenterology Magazine, Law Mind Column Fall 2017


Bye Bye Baby Boomers: Plan Now For a Wave of Physician Retirements

American College of Gastroenterology Magazine, Law Mind Column Summer 2017


Enforcing and Avoiding Non-compete Agreements

American College of Gastroenterology Magazine, Law Mind Column Spring 2017 

 

The Times They Are A-Changing
Orlando Medical News

 

Legal Hurdles to Leap to Get Medical Treatment  for Children
The Florida Bar Journal

 

Diversification and Consolidation Efforts Can Be Criminal
Integrated Healthcare Executive

 

She’s Not the Stereotypical Lawyer
The Florida Times Union

 

The Wolf Is Indeed With the Sheep
The Bittinger Law Firm Newsletter

 

Issues in Pediatric Consent
The Bittinger Law Firm Newsletter

 

Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act
The Bittinger Law Firm Newsletter

 

HIPAA and Letters
The Florida Times Union

 

HIPAA Implementation
The HIPAA Summit

 

Press Releases

Florida Court of Appeals Says Who Can Decide If Child Has Surgery When Parents Disagree

The Florida Court of Appeals relied on Jacksonville healthcare attorney Ann Bittinger in deciding whether a surgeon can operate on a child when one parent wants the surgery but the other does not. Read More.

 

HIPAA No Excuse for Orlando Families’ Delayed Information about Shooting Victims

In the wake of the Orlando shooting, families waited for up to a day, not knowing whether their loved ones were alive or dead. Read More.