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Physicians and Providers – Practice Issues

Jul 08, 2019

When a Patient Refuses to Listen to Their Doctor

The all-too-common experience of a patient refusing treatment or testing, or simply being non-compliant has become rampant. In order for practitioners to protect themselves, medical documentation must be more diligent than ever. Patient non-compliance can result in a multitude of negative ramifications to the practitioner.» Read More

Sep 25, 2018

IMPAIRED PHYSICIANS – Health Care Counsel Can Help Navigate the Rough Waters

Physicians participating in or considering enrollment in an “impaired physician program” which in New York is the Committee for Physician Health (CPH) and in New Jersey is the Professional Assistance Program of New Jersey (PAPNJ), often need legal assistance regarding the status of their medical license. » Read More

Jun 11, 2018

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – Legal Concerns

I recently wrote the article “Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – Legal Concerns” for the Onondaga County Medical Society Bulletin. The article discusses the role Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) plays in modern medicine and the legal concerns associated with it. To read the article, please click hereRead More

Jun 05, 2018

Governor Murphy Signs Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act into Law

On Friday, June 1, 2018, Governor Murphy signed into law the Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act, to take effect Thursday, August 30.  The bill is intended to protect patients from surprise out-of-network medical bills.

Click here to read our alert to learn how this new Act will affect patients, insurance carriers, and health care providers.» Read More

Mar 16, 2018

Denial of Claims of NJ Medical Practices Based On Contracts With Management Companies in the Aftermath of Allstate

Last May, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued its ruling in Allstate Insurance Company vs. Northfield Medical Center, P.C., et al., finding that a medical practice’s relationship with a management company resulted in violations of that state’s Insurance Fraud Prevention Act (“IFPA”). » Read More

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