Attorney Lana Ros, on behalf of the law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., exhibited at the Infectious Diseases Society of New Jersey’s 9th Annual Clinical Symposium on Wednesday, April 25, at The Renaissance Hotel & Conference Center in Iselin. This year’s symposium topic was “100 Years of Influenza.”
The firm serves as General Counsel to the Society, which provides continuing medical education to medical doctors. To learn more about becoming a member and the benefits associated with it, please visit www.idsnj.org.
The Health Care and Life Sciences Law Group at Norris McLaughlin, P.A. provides a variety of services to clients throughout the health care field, including highly specialized work in the regulatory areas governing the delivery of health care services under state and federal law. The group handles a broad range of health care law litigation including hearings and appeals related to professional misconduct and discipline, private and public insurance audits and refund requests, fraud and abuse and disputes with other agencies overseeing the practice of medicine. They have successfully defended physicians in matters involving the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners, Medicare/Medicaid audits and overpayment claims, hospital and Medical Staff issues, insurance fraud and abuse investigations and overpayment demands, the Office of Civil Rights, the Office of Inspector General, and state agencies, such as Department of Banking and Insurance, Attorney General’s Office and the Department of Health.
The firm’s health care clients include hospitals and their affiliated corporations, medical societies, hospital medical staffs, health care service providers including physicians, psychologists, podiatrists, dentists, nurses and social workers, medical device companies, nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, rehabilitation facilities, home care providers, pharmaceutical companies, retail pharmacies, health data analytics companies, laboratories, imaging centers, ambulatory surgery centers and other providers of health care services, insurance companies and practice management companies.