The pharmacy chain’s data-driven method of fighting the opioid epidemic is hurting all legitimate physicians and their patients. Our lawsuit reveals why.
Each day a Michigan licensed healthcare provider lets go by without taking action to an Administrative Complaint, is one step closer to a bad outcome with your medical board. Here are five reasons not to wait — and what to do instead.
The biggest retailer in the U.S. just got served a civil complaint from the Department of Justice, with allegations of filling thousands of invalid prescriptions and not reporting suspicious opioid orders.
Chapman Law Group’s Ronald W. Chapman Sr. and Juan Santos hosted a CLE session on DOH, DEA, Medicaid at the Florida Pharmacy Association Law & Regulatory Conference in Sarasota.
Ronald Chapman II, who focuses exclusively on defending health care providers nationwide under DEA and federal prosecutor investigation, offers expertise in “Criminalizing Good Medical Care: The Opioid Crisis and How to Practice Safely.”
Our national DEA attorneys are dedicated to defending prescribers and dispensers against DEA investigations, registration applications and denials, audits and raids. Here’s what healthcare providers should know about the DEA process, from our perspective.
This Medicare Advantage plan complaint filed against a physician to the state Board of Medicine is one for which doctors had best take heed.
Ronald W. Chapman II, chair of Chapman Law Group’s White Collar Defense & Government Investigations practice group, will discuss controlled substance compliance planning and preparing for DEA inspections at an upcoming virtual conference.
In representing hundreds of doctors, specialty physicians and pain management specialists on federal healthcare fraud and drug trafficking charges, we’ve been able to glean from the DOJ litigation playbook . Here are 10 secrets we’ve found — and how we tear them down at trial.