Health Care

Essentially, the Act would prohibit federal interference with states that had legalized the use of marijuana, whether for medical purposes or otherwise. […]

In addition to discussing the risks associated with opioid therapies, Senate Bill 1152 would require physicians to enter into “treatment agreements” with patients. […]

Physicians registered to participate in the medical marijuana program should pay close attention to these changes to ensure compliance with state medical marijuana program regulations, […]

Because a typical medical practice may consist of predominantly male owners and predominantly female staff, a practice may be especially vulnerable to sexual misconduct claims, […]

The rescission of the Cole and Ogden memoranda guidance may cause concern for participants in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana industry regarding future enforcement initiatives. […]

If a physician practice has shareholders who earn less than the Threshold Amount, it may make sense to consider electing S corporation status. […]

Covered Entities who experienced a Breach of Unsecured Protected Health Information during 2017 must notify the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. […]

The revisions to the DOS rule will have a significant impact on the relationship between hospitals and laboratories that perform certain advanced diagnostic tests. […]

Houston Harbaugh, P.C. has been named to the 2018 edition of US News – Best Lawyers’® “Best Law Firms.” Recognized as a “Metropolitan Tier 1” firm in Health Care Law and Employee Benefits/ERISA Law. […]

John works with health care entities and practices of all types on matters such as federal and state regulations, medical staff issues, third party payor reimbursement, governance, and employee relations. […]