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MedSpa: Physician Supervision of RNs—Do You Need It?

THERE CAN BE A LOT OF CONFUSION IN THE INDUSTRY—AND MEDICAL SPA TREATMENT BY RNS UNDER PHYSICIAN SUPERVISION IS AN ENFORCEMENT HOT BOTTOM. How Much Treatment Can RNs Do in a Medical Spa?

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Corporate practice of medicine & fee-splitting lead medical spa compliance enforcement

California, New York, Massachusetts, and other states that emphasize corporate practice of medicine & fee-splitting lead medical spa compliance enforcement.

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Your Medical Spa Fire Physician or Physician Sue Medspa for Breach of Contract

A physician called our law firm, complaining that the management company had “embezzled” funds from the account for the medical doctor’s clinic. What should he do?

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How can you organize a Massachusetts medical spa or integrative care center legally without fee-splitting?

Unlike California, which provides clear guidance regarding legal and enforcement hot buttons for medical spas and integrative care clinics, Massachusetts law requires more digging.

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Weight Loss Products FTC Weighs In

You could burn 50 calories just by reading this blog post.

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Is it fee-splitting for medical doctors to share revenues with non-medical business owners?

“I provide medical (or acupuncture, chiropractic, osteopathic, massage) services on an hourly basis and get paid a percentage of revenues in return.” Is that fee-splitting?

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Do online coupons for discounts to physician and other clinician services violates Stark, anti-kickback and fee-splitting laws?

Many online ventures want to know whether Stark, anti-kickback, and fee-splitting laws are violated by business arrangements that offer online coupons or Web-based coupons to customers.

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California Medical Board lowers supervision threshold for medspa and cosmetics affiliated physicians

California law now lowers the threshold of supervision of nurses and other appropriate licensed healthcare practitioners in medical spas.

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Off-label drug promotion and marketing yields significant penalties: Part 1 (Amgen settlement)

Off-label drug use is not illegal, but off-label drug promotion and marketing can result in significant legal penalties.

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California Steps Up Enforcement with New Law Targeting Medical Spa Treatments: Part 2 (Corporate Practice of Medicine Issues; Legal Strategies)

New California law enhances penalties for medical spa owners and operators that violate the prohibition against unlicensed medical practice, raising visibility and adding deterrence.

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