Medical spas and hormone replacement therapy (HRT) clinics are gaining popularity. Although these are non-traditional healthcare businesses, they still must operate safely and efficiently like any healthcare business in order to be successful. In this webinar, business and health attorney Chase Howard will go over specific supervision requirements and restrictions in these types of healthcare business spaces.
Join Board Certified health law attorney Jacqueline Bain along with TJ Ferris from The Revenue Solution, the industry leader in managing patient responsibility payments like deductibles and co-pays in the Behavioral Healthcare space. In this webinar, the two will go over hot button topics such as routinely waiving patient responsibility, new patient acquisition and enticement into treatment, paying for travel charges such as airfare. Tune in for potential problems it could lead to and the steps providers must proactively take to ensure their businesses continue operating and providing these much needed services.
As of July 1, 2020, all Florida health care providers, and providers in training, are now required to obtain written consent from their patients (or their legal representatives) before performing a pelvic exam. In this webinar, attorney Dave Davidson will cover who the law does and does not apply to, the argument of patient-physician relationship intrusion and more clarity on the presented bill.
June 1, 2020 – Florida Healthcare Law Firms adds experienced attorney Steven Boyne to the team to assist with human resource law, corporate and transactional law, as well as telemedicine, healthcare tech and cyber breaches.
Florida Healthcare Law Firm has announced that they have added Steven Boyne to the team. Steven brings over twenty plus years experience working with different types of healthcare entities from Air Ambulances to large healthcare insurance companies, and everything in between. Steven specializes in areas including specific healthcare business human resource issues, telemedicine and HIPAA, strategic disaster planning for healthcare providers, business interruption insurance, health insurance and air ambulances.
“Positioning your healthcare business to be proactive is one of the most important things you can do. Who would have imagined we’d see a global pandemic in our lifetime? Being prepared for ‘interruptions’ help keep your business afloat when disaster strikes, especially when it comes to finances. Steven’s experience in large health insurance companies brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will help individual practitioners be just as prepared as the big guys. And, as technology grows in the healthcare industry, Steven is on board to help with his tech expertise,” Florida Healthcare Law Firm COO Autumn Piccolo says. Founder and President, Jeff Cohen, goes on to say that, “We advise many clients on telemedicine and telehealth laws. Steven’s passion for tech is a great addition for current and future clients. His unique firsthand knowledge on cyberbreaches, tech software and security systems is hyper-specific, which will benefit healthcare business owners.
Health law is the federal, state, and local law, rules, regulations and other jurisprudence among providers, payers and vendors to the healthcare industry and its patient and delivery of health care services; all with an emphasis on operations, regulatory and transactional legal issues.