FDA labeling is one of the most important regulatory requirements for dietary supplements in that it provides the consumer the necessary information on the product. Indeed, ensuring that all [...]
The first step in evaluating how laws impact veterinary medicine is to understand what telemedicine means. Telemedicine during veterinary practice (also known as tele-veterinary practice) can [...]
Is Health Coaching Legal aka Can You Function as a “Health Coach” and Avoid Medical Licensing or Board Discipline?
Physicians, chiropractors, and other healthcare licensees often want to function as “health coaches” and avoid thorny laws. Can they?
Licensed ND Subject to Discipline for Offering “Shots” and Falsely Advertising Professional Services
A California investigation and disciplinary action against a California naturopathic doctors suggests how physicians can incur legal jeopardy when operating a medical spa, holistic healthcare [...]
Should physicians, chiropractors, and other healthcare practitioners worry when they offer coupons for discounts to patients?
Naturally, like any other business model, augmenting one’s clientele may be a priority for medical and other healthcare practitioners. Is it legal to offer coupons and discounts?
Physicians who incorporate complementary and alternative medical (CAM) modalities into their practice, or brand themselves as using integrative medicine, functional medicine, or similar [...]
5 Ways Cosmetic Product Companies Can Comply with FDA Labeling Requirements & Help Avoid FDA Enforcement
Cosmetic products do not require Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval unless they have color additives or unless the qualify as a drug, medical device, or dietary supplements. There are [...]
FDA is changing the playing field by withdrawing its earlier Compliance Policy Guide (CPG) 400.400, Conditions Under Which Homeopathic Drugs May be Marketed, and issuing its new draft Guidance on [...]
THE LAW HANDLES TELEMEDICINE PRESCRIPTION DIFFERENTLY THAN DIAGNOSING AND TREATING REMOTELY. HOW CAN YOU BEST COMPLY? PRESCRIBING IS DIFFERENT THAN OTHER TREATMENT