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Will Private Hospital Compliance Matters Soon Be Made Public?

Health care facilities should be concerned about regulatory compliance matters for the sake of their future business operations. If violations are found, a facility might lose its accreditation and/or right to lawfully operate. Yet according to a recent article, passing an inspection from a private health care accreditor may not necessarily put a facility in Read More

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MD’s Admonitory Tale: What Many Doctors Are Unprepared For

A doctor who makes it a point to speak to medical student groups and at health-care forums says that she always seeks to underscore for her audience that, “Wow, this is how it happens.” It happens like this for doctors with growing medical practices. Diverse groups of people — termed a “parade of drug, device Read More

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Growing Regulatory Concerns For A Niche Health Care Actor

Recent New York-based news relevant to the health care industry bears special significance for one emerging class of participants in that realm, on at least two material fronts. First, a recent money settlement clearly indicates a newly heightened regulatory focus on so-called “digital health companies,” which most consumers might more familiarly know as online health Read More

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