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Peer Review is not always Privileged

Hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and independent diagnostic centers cannot exist without physicians and other medical providers. In order to practice at those facilities, the medical professional often is required to be...more

Washington State Supreme Court Limits Attorney-Client Privilege for Healthcare-Provider Corporations

In a major decision that affects healthcare-provider corporations, the Washington State Supreme Court significantly limited attorneys’ ability to engage in privileged conversations with the provider corporation’s employed...more

Texas Medicaid Fraud Recovery Passes $400 Million Thanks to Whistleblowers

Operated jointly by federal and state agencies, Medicaid is one of the largest and most complex governmental undertakings in the United States. Not surprisingly, it also provides a breeding ground for fraud, primarily from...more

FDA Hosts Webinar Addressing Social Media Draft Guidance

The Food and Drug Administration hosted a Social Media Draft Guidance Webinar. The July 10 webinar included summary review of the three draft guidances issued this year to date followed by a brief Q&A. Thomas Abrams, director...more

HHS Announces $83.4 Million in Funding to Train New Primary Care Providers

On July 7, 2014, HHS Secretary Sylvia Matthews Burwell announced that HHS would be awarding $83.4 million under the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education (THCGME) program administered by the Health Resources and...more

Alabama Medicaid: Changes to the Regional Care Organization Statute

On May 17, 2013, Governor Bentley signed into law Act 2013-261, Ala. Code § 22-6-150 et. seq. As you may recall, the new law changed the Alabama Medicaid program from a fee-for-service program to a managed care program and...more

Mississippi CON Report - July 2014

In this Report: - I. June 2014 – Mississippi Certificate of Need Meeting - II. Certificate of Need Program Report – Filings/Reports Since June 2014 - A. Letters of Intent to Change Ownership - B....more

Dialysis Clinic, Inc. Sued By EEOC For Disability Discrimination

Sacramento Clinic Fired Nurse With Breast Cancer Over Medical Leave, Federal Agency Charges - SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Nationwide healthcare provider Dialysis Clinic, Inc. (DCI) violated federal law by firing and refusing...more

Strategic Perspectives: When is Telemedicine "Practicing Medicine" in Violation of the Law? An Emerging Framework for Compliance

Telemedicine is the future of health care, but under current law there is an open question: when does telemedicine constitute the unlawful “practice of medicine” in violation of state or other law? This question is critical...more

Telemedicine and Mobile Health Innovations Amid Increasing Regulatory Oversight

The growing mobile health market is rapidly transforming health care delivery. More than 80 percent of physicians use mobile technology to provide patient care, and more than 25 percent of commercially insured patients use...more

Illinois Supreme Court Debates Automatic Revocation of Certain Health Professionals' Licenses

Our reports on the oral arguments of the May term of the Illinois Supreme Court conclude this morning with Consiglio v. Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Consiglio involves a constitutional challenge to...more

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