Healthcare arbitration agreements are increasingly common in Florida, as they are across the country. In fact, they are popular across a number of industries in which malpractice or other legal
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With the growth of IV hydration therapy, many clinic owners wonder, do I need a sterile hood if I’m mixing bags in the clinic? Well, that depends. It depends on
Starting a new business? Opening a new profit line in your existing business? Thinking about hiring a marketing team to help drive clients your way? Be cautious, because a signed
Amanda Howard, Esq. Facebook has a long list of things it doesn’t allow to be posted. While some things are obvious, others are not. And what gets flagged may be
Florida is one of two states that block abortions after 15 weeks’ gestation. While 15 weeks, or a little beyond the first trimester, may seem like plenty of time to
Amanda Howard, Esq. During COVID-19, many doctors and patients opted for telehealth/telemedicine appointments instead of in-person appointments. The trend has seemed to stick. Today, many patients and providers prefer telehealth/telemedicine
Amanda Howard, Esq. If you’re thinking about starting your healthcare practice from the ground up or purchasing an established practice and its real estate, zoning and use issues should be
A BAA agreement is designed to protect the private identifying medical information that belongs to patients but may need to leave the office or clinic in which it was created.
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act is one part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), a piece of legislation designed to stimulate the
Carlos H. Arce, Esq. / Chase E. Howard, Esq. Sustaining a healthcare business in today’s medical industry calls for both ongoing innovation and quite a bit of ingenuity. The question