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Legal Violations Against Physical Therapists: Part I

This week’s Fraud Spotlight features guest contributor Mark R. Brengelman, JD, MA. Be sure to tune into the column for more expert insights from our network of providers, investigators, and fraud experts. This article begins a multi-part series covering the top ten violations of law against physical therapists that are enforced by state licensure boards against these health care…

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The Legalities of Telemedicine: Licensing, Reimbursement, Liability & Other Issues

Advize Health’s Director of Litigation, FWA Support Eric Rubenstein will be joining fellow expert Margaret J. Davino (Fox Rothschild LLP) in a breakfast program dedicated to exploring the many legalities of telemedicine and telehealth. As telehealth expands to (among other uses) ambulatory settings, EDs and psychiatry, unique legal concerns must be addressed, including providing services…

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Should Doctors Ask Patients About Gun Ownership?

A recent anti-Rick Scott television ad has been causing controversy and sparking some intense conversation in the wake of the Parkland, FL tragedy. The advertisement, which recently went into circulation discusses Parkland, the Orlando nightclub shooting, and the Ft. Lauderdale events targets Rick Scott for his involvement in legislation that prevented care providers, including mental…

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Is HHS About to Lose Funding?

Yesterday, President Donald Trump presented his $4.4 trillion FY19 budget proposal – and it looks like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is going to have to tighten its fiscal belt. Trump’s proposed budget demonstrates a 21% decrease from HHS’ 2017 budget. That means the agency may be facing a cut as steep…

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