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Mar 15, 2019

Fitness Data for Corporate Health Programs Raises Privacy Concerns

Fitness trackers have not only become a prominent part of everyday life, but also a big part of corporate wellness programs. Since fitness watches and health tracking phone apps have risen in popularity, companies have started to integrate these technologies into their wellness programs. » Read More

Feb 07, 2019

Stark and Antikickback Statute Reforms on the Way?

At a Brookings Institution event last month, Eric Hargan, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), announced that the agency will be issuing proposed rules to revise federal fraud and abuse regulations that are seen as hampering care coordination and the transformation to a value-based health care system.» 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

Feb 19, 2018

Update on Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Program and Physician License to Prescribe

Pennsylvania signed into law the Medical Marijuana Program on April 17, 2016.  Since then, the State has been active in developing regulations that will govern Growers/Processors and Dispensaries.  It has also been taking applications for companies interested in obtaining permits to serve as Growers/Processors and Dispensaries. » Read More

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