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There are lots of issues that require healthcare litigation. However, HIPAA is always a main concern. While all providers know the basics of HIPAA, the law is long and complex. This means that HIPAA issues can take a lot of time- and resources- to resolve. Below, we’ll share the most common HIPAA issues that medical […]
Going into the new year, here are some insights on China’s economy for 2020. What to Expect as China’s Economy Enters 2020? Written by: Alexander Chipman Koty, Asia Briefing, Dezan Shira & Associates Word Count: 1841 After an eventful year, China is heading into 2020 in a cloud of uncertainty. Although the US and China […]
One of the keys to your company’s success is ensuring you have the right individuals working for you and representing your company. Properly selecting and hiring the ideal candidate is the first step in building a successful team for your company. In the first of a three-part series dedicated to employment law, we will provide […]
While some people may only know the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as the reason you have to sign all those forms at the doctor’s office, people in the healthcare industry understand that understanding and complying with HIPAA is critical to the success of any healthcare business. HIPAA is a vast, wide-ranging, and […]
Illinois Amends Hospital Licensing Regulations To Better Align With CMS’s Conditions of Participation
In June 2017, Illinois amended its regulations pertaining to hospital licenses within its state. The new rules, promulgated under the Illinois Hospital Licensing Act, 77 Ill. Admin. Code §250 et seq. , serve to make Illinois regulations more closely track CMS’s Conditions of Participation for Hospitals (CoPs). By revising the Illinois regulations to incorporate different […]