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Steven Brownlee Speaks to ABC About Florida Doctors and Nurses Unnecessarily Being Sent to PRN and IPN

November 17, 2017 Attorney Steven Brownlee speaks to ABC Action News investigators about Florida doctors and nurses being unnecessarily sent […]

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Laura Perkovic Publishes a Guide to Representing Medical Professionals in Criminal Cases

The Champion magazine, published by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, as published attorney Laura Perkvic’s guide to representing medical […]

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Pain Medicine News Publishes Our Article on Off-Label Prescribing

Today, Pain Medicine News published our article titled DEA Begins Targeting Off-Label Prescribing of TIRF Products. The article was written by Ron Chapman, […]

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Ron Chapman Presents CME Course on Opioid Prescribing at the Michigan State Medical Society Annual Conference

Back by popular demand, attorney Ron Chapman presents a CME course on opioid prescribing at the 2017 annual Michigan State Medical […]

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Ron Chapman Presents a CME Webinar on DEA Compliance and Controlled Substance Prescribing Issues

October 12, 2017 – Attorney Ron Chapman had the pleasure of presenting a CME training webinar to providers regarding DEA compliance […]

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Matthew Fischer Presents Seminar on Civil Litigation to Students and Faculty At Broward College

October 12, 2017 – Today, attorney Matthew Fisher had the pleasure of speaking to students and faculty at Broward College […]

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Florida Emergency Order – Generators Required for all Nursing Homes

ByJoseph G. Sapp, LL.M. In the wake of hurricane Irma, Governor Rick Scott passed an emergency order requiring AHCA and […]

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Big-box Pharmacy Managers Facing Criminal Allegations for Inventory Discrepancies

A warning to all pharmacists working with large-scale commercial retail pharmacies. Recently, there has been a disturbing trend regarding pharmacists […]

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The False Claims Act: A Gold Mine for the Federal Government And Whistleblowers

The Federal False Claims Act (“FCA”) creates civil liability for entities that falsely or fraudulently contract with the government to […]

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Can Pharmacies Waive Patient’s Copays and Deductibles as they Please?

by Juan Santos, Esq. The short answer is NO. The main reason is the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute (“AKS”), which prohibits […]

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Ohio’s Proposed Disabled Physician Rule: Non-Disciplinary Track for Mental or Physical Illness

By Laura A. Perkovic The State Medical Board of Ohio Policy Committee has proposed a revision to the Ohio Administrative […]

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State Medical Board of Ohio’s Changes to Standards and Procedures for the Operation of a Pain Management Clinic

The proposal amends Ohio Administrative Code Section 4731-29-01 effectively narrows the definition of a pain management clinic. The significant changes […]

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HPRP No Longer Protects Participants’ Professional Licenses

By Aaron J. Kemp During the last six months, several clients of Chapman Law Group who are HPRP participants have […]

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How Did We Get Here? An Exploration Of Anti-Kickback Statute Case Studies

By Ronald Chapman II, Esq. The Anti-Kickback Statute 42 USC 1320a-7b(b) prohibits any remuneration of any form or any kind […]

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A Physician’s Guide To Avoiding DEA Regulatory And Criminal Investigations: Best Practices For DEA Compliance

By Ronald W. Chapman II, Esq. Physicians and other health professionals face increased scrutiny from federal authorities, including the HHS, DEA, […]

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