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Frier Levitt Successfully has Patient Neglect Charges Dropped for RN

Frier Levitt recently represented a Registered Nurse who was charged with patient neglect at a residency for the cognitively impaired. After working with the prosecutor, Frier Levitt was able to prove the charges were unsubstantiated and the prosecutor agreed to drop all charges against our client. Frier Levitt routinely represents healthcare professionals facing allegations of neglect and misconduct. Contact Frier Levitt today to speak to an attorney.

Frier Levitt Successfully Defends Physician Facing OPMC Allegations

Frier Levitt recently represented a New York Physician facing allegations with the Office of Professional Medical Conduct (OPMC). A patient had accused our client of being physically and verbally inappropriate. Using hospital records, Frier Levitt demonstrated that the patient continued to see the physician well after the alleged incidents and that the only complaint was made after the patient was dismissed from the practice. If you are a physician or...

Surviving A State Administrative Investigation Webinar

https://youtu.be/xfxSaWHsLhI When physicians have issues with state boards and inspections, what should they do? Knowing what happens and how to react can help save your license and your practice. Being on the receiving end of an investigation by the OPMC or OPD can be very daunting. This webinar will take you through the process of the investigation and describe what OPMC and OPD are looking for, along with providing the...

CDC Guidelines for Opioids and Chronic Pain

What Are Clinical Practice Guidelines? A Clinical Practice Guideline is a document that defines a standard of diagnosing care and treatment that is generally accepted and presumed followed by a group of health care providers. Radiologists might have a Clinical Practice Guideline for diagnosing and treating breast cancers; so might oncologists. PMR physicians and Orthopedists might have their own Clinical Practice Guidelines for treatment of various chronic conditions. Sometimes, organizations...