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By Paul Halasz, Catherine Dugan O'Connor
When faced with a novel issue of New Jersey law, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has the ability to refer the question to the New Jersey Supreme Court.
By Delania Barbee
The federal Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) recently released The Guide to Getting & Using Your Health Records to provide patients, or their caregivers, with information on how to obtain, check, and use their health records.
By Eric D. Fader
Two new bills introduced by Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz for review by the New Jersey State Assembly's Health and Senior Services Committee would give registered nurses more autonomy in prescribing medications.
By Day Pitney LLP
As a result, the media and public should have access to the McKinsey report and other evidence relating to the selection process.
By Day Pitney LLP
One problem for telemedicine, Eric observed, is that the different arms of the HHS aren't coordinating with one another.
By Glenn G. Rybacki
On April 17, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.
By James P. Carlon
The President's decision ends a legislative blockade imposed by Gardner which has prevented the confirmation of 20 nominees to fill various positions within the Department of Justice.
By Glenn G. Rybacki
With regard to direct pay bonds, prior to Rev. Proc. 2018-26 there had been no remedial action providing for the adjustment of the refundable federal tax credit for nonqualified uses.
By Day Pitney LLP
The case, Centrastate Medical Center Inc. et al v. Horizon Healthcare Services Inc., is pending in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division.
By Eric D. Fader
Virtua Medical Group, a health network with more than 50 medical and surgical practices in southern New Jersey, has agreed to pay a $417,816 fine to settle allegations that it failed to properly protect its patients' privacy.
By Day Pitney LLP
The U.S. Department of Justice announced on March 28 that Medical Transport, a Virginia-based ambulance service provider, agreed to pay $9 million to resolve allegations ...
By Florence Davis, Helen Harris, Dennis Kearney, Mark Salah Morgan, Stanley Twardy Jr., Daniel Wenner, Steven Cash, Danielle Corcione
On the last day of the American Bar Association's National Institute on White Collar Crime, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein described some of the white collar crime priorities ...
By Day Pitney LLP
A March 30 article in Health Care on Bloomberg Law, "New Medicare Cards Could Spell Trouble for Doctors, Seniors," discussed whether new Medicare identification cards that do not contain Social Security numbers will deter fraud or end up encouraging scammers and hindering physician billing
By Erin Magennis Healy
SightLine Health, LLC, a Texas-based radiation therapy company, has agreed to pay the federal government up to $11.5 million to resolve allegations that the company paid referring physicians kickbacks in the form of investment opportunities and ownership dividends.
By Keith Bradoc Gallant
In addition to serving as an ACTEC Regent and a member of its Executive Committee, Gallant serves on the CBA's Standing Committee on Professional Ethics.
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