Dedicated to helping health professionals for 25+ years.

FAQ

Getting A Health Care Fraud Indictment Dismissed

By Ronald W. Chapman, II Most health care fraud charges start with the issuance of an indictment by a grand […]

Read More


Federal and State Prosecutors Begin Cracking Down on No-Fault Fraud

By Ronald W. Chapman, II In February 2012, then U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York unsealed an […]

Read More


Healthcare Corporate Investigations: Are Your Internal Fraud Audits Protected By Privilege?

By Ronald W. Chapman, II As many health care compliance officers are aware, an effective compliance program is crucial for […]

Read More


Prescribing Subsys or Insys? Be Careful! Criminal Action Against Physicians Is on the Rise

By Ronald W. Chapman, II With the recent NBC news press coverage related to Insys Therapeutics, those who prescribe Subsys, […]

Read More


Michigan APRN Controlled Substance Prescribing Authority

By Jeremy Belanger Recent changes to Michigan law have increased the prescriptive authority of certain specialty nurses. Michigan has recently […]

Read More


Can I Continue to Prescribe While My DEA Registration is Pending Renewal?

By Ronald Chapman, II and Erica Chapman A common question we receive from clients is, can I continue to prescribe […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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 […]

Read More


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, […]

Read More