Month

November 2021

Are Your Vendors a Risk?

Many times, the answer to this question is ‘yes’. All too often, healthcare providers fail to fully vet their vendors and mitigate risks through their...
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How to Avoid Holiday Party Liability

While this time of year is rampant with office parties, ugly sweater contest and holiday lunches, it’s important to protect your company from liability. We...
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Telehealth Pros and Cons

Telehealth gained a lot of popularity in the past two years. As with any advancing technology, there are many pros and cons to telehealth. We...
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How to Avoid Business Disputes

Family and closely held businesses can often end in litigation or disputes. These disputes are avoidable with careful planning and third-party legal assistance. We can...
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Is FCA Healthcare Fraud Enforcement on the Rise?

It appears so. While the number of False Claims Act (“FCA”) recoveries declined last year, there were many of FCA cases opened last year by...
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Should You Have Arbitration Clauses in Your Contracts?

Many employers and vendors utilize arbitration clauses as part of their standard practices. We are often asked about whether or not they should be included...
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How to Prepare for an Audit

Audits have been ramping up, by the federal government and by payors. Given the many changes in billing and waivers due to COVID-19, payors are...
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Are Your Corporate Bylaws Up-to-Date?

For many companies, corporate documents are not often reviewed or updated as often as necessary. This can be problematic when structural changes occur, members want...
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Can You Zoom from Anywhere?

According to the Maryland Board of Physicians, there are some places that are not acceptable to take a Zoom call. We can help your practice...
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