On May 3, 2021, the Department of Justice announced that the owners of a Florida telemarketing company were charged for their alleged participation in a $46 million genetic testing telehealth scheme. The Department of Justice alleges that the... Read More
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The current United States marketplace for the regulation of pharmacy benefits is a patchwork of inconsistent (and in some cases non-existent) state laws, state and federal agency regulations, agency manuals and federal laws. Uniform state laws would... Read More
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Last week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") announced that all Medicare-participating providers with COVID-19 related losses are eligible for a second round of funding, totaling $20 billion, from the CARES Act-authorized... Read More
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U.S. Attorneys in the Southern District of Georgia recently charged the operator of a durable medical equipment company with conspiring to pay kickbacks to physicians in exchange for obtaining DME orders. This action reaffirms the Department of... Read More
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On April 1, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 112, authorizing the Director of Consumer Affairs (“Director”) to reactivate the licenses of recently retired health care professionals temporarily.  The Executive Order applies to... Read More
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As the Coronavirus outbreak (“COVID19”) spreads, the current administration, in addition to state and local governments, have discouraged or even legally restricted non-emergent or elective healthcare visits, medical procedures, or surgeries.... Read More
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