The president’s vaccination order will have wide-sweeping effects on health care facilities and their workers. Here’s what you need to know.
Is it possible that an employer can be held liable for retaliation, under the False Claims Act, if it takes hostile action against an ex-employee, who is now a Qui Tam relator/whistleblower? According to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, yes.
For a temporary period, continuing education fulfillment won’t be a factor for LARA to renew professional licenses for physicians, nurses and other licensed health care workers.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, Florida has ordered temporary changes to its professional licensure requirements as part of its State of Emergency and Public Health Emergency declarations.
Do you have the proper protection and safety measures in place to handle Coronavirus? More specifically, does your health care employer have these measures?
Small practices and urgent care clinics have pressing concerns over Coronavirus — and Chapman Law Group offers insight into those in its latest Health Care Hot Topics video.
There are many pitfalls to consider when obtaining professional liability insurance and a little bit of knowledge can help physicians make better choices, select appropriate coverage, and have more enjoyable and fulfilling practices.