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TELEMEDICINE LEGAL SERIES—PART 5: HIPAA

PRIVACY, CONFIDENTIALITY, AND SECURITY ISSUES ARISE WHEN PRACTICING TELEHEALTH OR TELEMEDICINE JUST AS THEY DO IN A BRICK-AND-MORTAR PRACTICE. IT’S ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THESE [...]

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7-PART TELEMEDICINE LEGAL SERIES—PART 4: STANDARD OF CARE ISSUES

HOW DO HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS HANDLE STANDARD OF CARE ISSUES WHEN DIAGNOSING AND TREATING FROM A DISTANCE?

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TELEMEDICINE LEGAL SERIES—PART 3: E-PRESCRIBING

THE LAW HANDLES TELEMEDICINE PRESCRIPTION DIFFERENTLY THAN DIAGNOSING AND TREATING REMOTELY. HOW CAN YOU BEST COMPLY? PRESCRIBING IS DIFFERENT THAN OTHER TREATMENT

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Kickbacks, Fee-Splitting, Corporate Practice of Medicine, Stark, MSOs: Guiding Healthcare Ventures through the Maze

Fundamentally, you’re worried about legal rules prohibiting kickbacks, fee-splitting, corporate practice of medicine, as well as Stark law; you don’t know whether the MSO or management structure [...]

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Corporate Practice of Medicine on Steroids: How Your MSO and Professional Medical Corporation Could Work Together Without Courting Legal Disaster

You, MSO is my own variation on I Claudius. Poor Uncle Claudius, everyone said. Ended up becoming Emperor of Rome. Through craft and careful strategy. So you have an MSO and want to operate [...]

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Prompt pay, cash discounts, dual fees legal for healthcare providers (physicians, chiropractors, acupuncturists)? (Part 2)

Are prompt pay, cash discounts, dual fees legal? In this Part 2, let’s focus on differential payment schemes. When physicians, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and other healthcare providers [...]

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Prompt pay, cash discounts, dual fees legal for healthcare providers (physicians, chiropractors, acupuncturists)?

Are prompt pay, cash discounts, dual fees legal? There are lots of questions and many different variations. Let’s explore a few, focusing on the idea of providing differential services to a [...]

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Physician Advertising of Medical Services: Avoiding 5 Legal Traps

When medical doctors advertise their professional medical services (including online advertising) they can easily run afoul of legal and regulatory traps. Watch out for these 7 legal traps in [...]

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“Terms of Use” to Limit Liability and Contract with Customers

Can healthcare and other startups creatively use Terms of Use to limit liability and Contract with Customers, creating clear expectations that manage their relationship with the end user? 

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Online tracking of personal information disclosures required in website privacy policies

California, like other states, makes online tracking of personal information disclosures required in website privacy policies. 

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