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Partner Joel M. Greenberg, Esq. Named to “Top Lawyers of Long Island” List

Frier Levitt is proud to announce attorney Joel M. Greenberg, Esq. has been recognized as a "Top Lawyer of Long Island" in Healthcare by the Herald Community Newspapers and RichnerLIVE. The "Top Lawyer of Long Island" is a status given to only an elite group of Long Island lawyers for their achievements in their areas of legal practice. Mr. Greenberg will be honored at the awards ceremony Wednesday, September 25,...

Top Legal Issues Impacting Your Pharmacy Every Day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlfmfntpEkQ Legal matters not only impact a pharmacy's operations, but also impact their bottom line. This recorded webinar discusses the top legal issues as they relate to the pharmacy industry today and how these issues correlate to the day-to-day accounting and cash flow management of the pharmacy. It provides a meaningful understanding of the top trends and explains how to plan and prioritize for them in your pharmacy. In this...

What is a Maximum Allowable Cost (MAC) Law?

https://youtu.be/KqjA7M3yoH0 Attorneys Jonathan E. Levitt, Esq. and Lucas W. Morgan, Esq. discuss why pharmacies should be aware of when it comes to PBMs and Maximum Allowable Cost (MAC) laws, including: What is a MAC law? [0:01] Challenging MAC law/MAC appeals [2:12] Contact Frier Levitt today to speak to an attorney about Maximum Allowable Cost (MAC) laws.

Medi-Cal Expands Provider Reach Through Revised Telehealth Policy

The California Department of Health Care Services recently revised its Medi-Cal Provider Manual (the "Manual") to permit additional flexibility for providers who wish to render health care services through telehealth. Medi-Cal defines telehealth as: "The mode of delivering health care services and public health via information and communication technologies to facilitate the diagnosis, consultation, treatment, education, care management and self-management of a patient's health care while the patient is at...

Specialty Pharmacy Indictment Highlights Risks in Prescription Transfers After PBM Network Terminations

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey recently released a superseding indictment against the owners and operators of several specialty pharmacies, alleging a $99 million fraud scheme. The indictment combined and added to several previous, separate indictments and criminal complaints against three owners of the pharmacies, and the operations manager. While many of the allegations are unsurprising from a healthcare fraud standpoint (e.g., kickbacks to physicians, billing...