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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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Robert Andretz Joins Chapman Law Group

Chapman Law Group is pleased to welcome Robert Andretz to our Michigan office. Rob has extensive experience in criminal defense, […]

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3 Quick Things Every Health Professional Should Know About Drunk Driving in Michigan

by Robert Andretz 1. A Conviction for OWI/OWVI Is a Misdemeanor That Must Be Reported to LARA As a licensed […]

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Criminal Liability for Health Care Organizations in Ohio

By Laura A. Perkovic Both organizations and individuals can be held liable for crimes in Ohio. This is especially relevant […]

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Criminal Evidence in Health Care Billing Fraud Cases

By Laura A. Perkovic Health care billing fraud cases involve a great deal of data and documentation which can, by […]

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Ohio Medical Marijuana – Can Health Care Providers Partake?

By Laura A. Perkovic The law legalizing medical marijuana in Ohio became effective on September 6, 2016, but it involves […]

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Ohio Criminal Sentencing – Using Medicaid Fraud As Example

By Laura A. Perkovic In a previous article, I explained the basics of Federal sentencing in the health care fraud […]

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A (Very) Basic Overview of Health Care Fraud Sentencing in Federal Court

by Laura A. Perkovic A lawyer defending a federal health care fraud case can give a ballpark estimate (but certainly […]

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Unreported Conviction? – License Renewal Opportunity

By Aaron J. Kemp Health professional licensees with a conviction that they have failed to report to their licensing board […]

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Possible Changes to Asset Forfeiture In Health Care Fraud Cases

by Laura A. Perkovic Asset forfeiture can seem like a harsh form of justice and an added layer of punishment […]

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Ten Things to Know About the Privacy of Substance Abuse Treatment Records

by Laura A. Perkovic Health care providers are well aware of their obligations under HIPAA to safeguard protected health information. […]

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