Healthcare Law Firm Blog

18 May

Facts about Fee Splitting in a Joint Healthcare Practice

Healthcare law has undergone a massive overhaul in recent years. Keeping up with the changes presents real challenges to physician’s offices, health care practitioners and others involved in practice management. It’s important to consult with a qualified Boca Raton Healthcare law firm to keep abreast of changes in the law…

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18 May

Special Considerations for Healthcare Business Restructuring

An experienced Boca Raton Healthcare lawyer can assist in a variety of ways to help ensure compliance with ever-changing healthcare laws in the management of your practice. Special problems may arise during the sale or restructuring of a healthcare practice. Let your attorney advise you how to proceed. Restructuring Plans…

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17 May

Healthcare Contracts the Importance of Ironclad Provisions

The healthcare industry is one of the most highly-regulated and competitive industries in the United States today. If you run a medical facility, you should be concerned with the thoroughness of your employment contracts. A Boca Raton healthcare contracts lawyer can help you draft an employment agreement that not only…

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06 May

Understanding Anti-Kickback Legislation for Medicare-Medicaid Fraud

The healthcare field has some of the most fluid state and federal laws. At the law firm of Webb Millsaps, we can help keep you abreast of changes that can impact your business. Put a skilled Boca Raton Healthcare attorney on your team. One of the best ways to avoid…

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06 May

Medicaid Suspension and Revocation

Few healthcare providers have a sufficient diversity of payers to survive a suspension or revocation of Medicaid payments; it can quickly lead to ceasing operations and/or bankruptcy. In addition, a Boca Raton healthcare law firm reports that Florida has a law which prohibits the issuance or renewal of a professional…

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09 May

False Claims Act

Violating the Federal False Claims Act is a serious matter; healthcare providers and their employees can be liable for civil penalties of $5000 to $10,000 for each false claim submitted and may also be exposed to repayment of three times the damage sustained by the government. A Boca Raton healthcare…

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