Monthly Archives: July 2014

July 2014 Newsletter Published

Please click here to view the latest installment of Broad and Cassel’s Clinical Integration and ACO Alert. You may also access archived editions of the newsletter here.

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Broad and Cassel to Host Fourth Annual Health Forum in September

Executives from The Advisory Board Company, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems, Florida Blue and Memorial Healthcare System will join our attorneys on September 12 for Broad and Cassel’s fourth annual Health Forum – “Health Care Delivery System Transformation: From Volume to … Continue reading

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Proposal would allow eligible physicians to obtain expedited licenses in multiple states

A proposed interstate medical licensure compact would make it easier for physicians to become licensed in multiple states, a move many experts believe can pave the way for greater telemedicine use and ease the physician shortage. Please click here to … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana Has Arrived in Florida, More to Come

By: Stephen Siegel and Joshua Boxer The social and political efforts in California, Colorado and other states to legalize the production, distribution, sale and use of marijuana (for medical purposes or otherwise) is also present in Florida.┬áThis year, 2014, is … Continue reading

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Florida Shifts Medicaid Mental Health Strategy

Kaiser Health News today published information about state experimentation to coordinate physical and mental health care for those enrolled in Medicaid. Florida recently became the first state to offer a Medicaid health plan designed exclusively for people with serious mental … Continue reading

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