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Understanding Social Media: Top 10 Tips

1. BE AWARE OF THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA -Standards of medical care do not change by virtue of the tools used to interact. But these powerful tools may have unforeseen consequences, depending on the type of social...more

Reminder: October 16 Is the Effective Date for the FCC’s Written Consent Rule for Prerecorded Telemarketing Calls and Autodialed...

Companies that engage in telemarketing – either on their own or by contracting with a third-party telemarketing provider – should remember that new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) telemarketing rules go into effect...more

HIPAA Marketing and Sale Provisions: Legal Potholes for Providers, Payors, Advertisers, Data Aggregators, Market Researchers and...

HIPAA Marketing and Sale Provisions Under HIPAA - The privacy and security standards under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA") and its regulations (the "HIPAA Rules") were designed...more

Healthcare Legal News - May 16, 2012 • Volume 2, Number 4

In this issue: - Private Civil Enforcement Actions Increasing: The Ameritox vs. Millennium Lawsuit By L. Pahl Zinn, and Christian G. Ohanian As healthcare and antitrust enforcement by governmental agencies...more

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