Fall 2015 HLS Newsletter Available

Please see the link to the Fall 2015 Health Law Section Newsletter. Thank you to the authors that contributed to this issue.

If you would like to contribute an article for future issues, please contact the HLS Newsletter Editor, Shachi Mankodi at smankodi@broadandcassel.com.

In This Edition

  • The Rise of the ACO and the Surprising Lack of Compliance Guidance

  • Texting While… Treating? FCC Creates Exemption for Healthcare Provider- Patient Automated Communication

  • Meeting the Health Care Risk Management Challenge in the Evolution from the Fee-for-Service “Volume” Model to the “Value-Based” Program

  • Telemedicine and its intersection with Mobile Health Apps and Wearable Tech

  • Avoid Legal Pitfalls and Sham Transactions in Medical Directorships and Physician Arrangements

  • PRN: A Resource for Impaired Practitioners

Click the following link to download this edition in PDF format:  pdf Health Law Section Newsletter - Fall 2015 (2.09 MB)

Fall 2014 Health Law Section Newsletter

Please see the link to the Fall 2014 Health Law Section Newsletter. Thank you to the authors that contributed to this issue. If you would like to contribute an article for future issues, please contact the HLS Newsletter Editor, Shachi Mankodi at smankodi@broadandcassel.com.

Click the following link to download this edition:  pdf Fall 2014 Newsletter (619 KB)

In This Issue

  • Update on Florida Sterile Compounding Laws
  • Medical Marijuana: What Florida Health Care Providers and Their Attorneys Need to Know
  • 10 Questions for Dr. Michael F. Gervasi (President and Chief Executive Officer of Florida Community Health Centers, Inc.)
  • Your Clients Know About HIPAA... But Are They Aware of FIPA?
  • E-filing Software Updates to Address Uniformity Concerns

 

Winter 2014 Health Law Section Newsletter

Highlights in the Winter 2014 edition:

Telemedicine: The Emerging Healthcare and Legal Landscape by Caitlein J. Jammo, Esq., Clearwater; with guidance from Michael T. Cronin, Esq., Clearwater.

Sunshine is on the Horizon: Evaluating the Sunshine Act from Reporter and Reported Points of View by Mark Bajalia, Esq., Jacksonville and Samantha Prokop, Esq., Akron, OH

Reproductive Technology Law in Florida by Jessica Hoffman, Jacksonville

Limitations on the Ability of Public Hospitals to Enter into Long Term Lease Obligations by Nicholas W. Romanello, Palm Springs and Mitchell Bottey, Tallahassee

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Winter 2014 Health Law Section Newsletter Download Link

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