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Tricare Cracking down on Healthcare Fraud and Abuse

Tricare Providers servicing military populations and accepting TRICARE should be wary. TRICARE and the Department of Justice are ramping up […]

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DEA Attorneys for Defense of Criminal and Disciplinary Actions

DEA Attorneys Attorneys Representing DEA Registrants Nationwide DEA registration defense is a highly complex area of law fraught with pitfalls […]

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When is a Physician a Drug Pusher… Standard of Care is the Best Defense

Standard of Care is the Best Defense The CSA makes it a crime for a person to unlawfully dispense or […]

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Detroit Medicare Fraud Attorneys

Medicare Fraud in Detroit In Detroit, the existence of the Medicare Fraud Strike Force has caused a drastic increase in […]

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Federal Prosecutors Dismiss Charges Against West Virginia Pain Managment Physician

Professional: Federal Prosecuters Dismiss Charges on Pain Management Physician, Anesthesiologist, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program Provider, Suboxone/Buprenorphine prescriber. Primary Issue: […]

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Health Care law Section Publication Notice

Responding to Government Investigations By: Ronald W. Chapman II, J.D., L.L.M. This paper provides an overview of the different types […]

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MedPage Today Featured Article: Fighting Rx Fraud with Anti-Terror Tech

“Palantir can spot wrongdoing, but there may be a cost.” Read Full Article at MEDPAGE TODAY Feature, By: Ronald W. […]

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Changes of the Appropriate Use Criteria for Advance Diagnostic Imaging Services

By Jeremy Belanger Prior Standards Pursuant to the Section 218(b) Protecting Access to Medicare Act, which amended Title XVIII of […]

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Changes to the Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule

By Jeremy Belanger Prior Standards Pursuant to the Section 216(a) Protecting Access to Medicare Act, which amended Section 1834A of […]

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CMS Proposes One Rate for E/M Code Levels 2 through 5 and Documentation Reduction

By Erica Chapman On Friday, July 27th the Federal Register will publish proposed rule changes to the CMS Part B […]

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CMS Signals a Desire to Modernize Stark Law and the Draconian Compliance Provisions that may Prevent Innovative Medical Delivery Advances

By Ronald W. Chapman Stark Law, as originally enacted in 1989, is designed to prevent self-referrals between physicians or groups […]

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New Codes for Telehealth Visits, Including Virtual Check-In and Remote Patient Monitoring

By Erica Chapman The proposed rules for 2019 seek to add additional codes for telehealth services which were previously bundled […]

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Ron Chapman Speaks to Reporters Regarding His Defense of the Detroit Physician Indicted for $17 Million in Health Care Fraud and Unlawful Prescribing.

The Detroit-area physician was indicted this week for alleged over prescribing and $17 million in health care fraud. Attorney Ron […]

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New Florida Controlled Substance Laws Effective July 1, 2018

By Erica Chapman Beginning July 1, 2018, new laws place additional requirements on prescribers when prescribing controlled substances. Failure to […]

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The Sherman Antitrust Act

The Sherman Antitrust Act prohibits “[e]very contract, combination . . ., or conspiracy in restraint of trade.” Recent Supreme Court […]

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