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Stephen Siegel Presents at South Florida Health Care Summit

MIAMI (July 24, 2018) — Stephen Siegel recently served as a session speaker at the 12th Annual Healthcare Summit hosted by the South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association. Siegel presented on legal issues involved in a data breach under HIPAA … Continue reading

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Jamie Gelfman Named to Health Law Executive Council, Selected for Leadership Broward

Fort Lauderdale, Fla (July 9, 2018)- Broad and Cassel LLP, which will combine with Nelson Mullins on Aug. 1, today announced Fort Lauderdale Associate Jamie Gelfman has been voted on to the Florida Bar Health Law Section Executive Council. Gelfman currently … Continue reading

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Frank Rainer Hosts Online Seminar on Direct Primary Care

Senior Counsel Frank Rainer recently hosted an online seminar for more than 100 health care professionals to discuss the impact of the Florida Legislature’s recent adoption of The Direct Primary Care Bill. With the recent changes, providers will be able … Continue reading

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Department of Justice Raises Penalties for False Claim and Anti-Kickback Violations

By: Timothy S. Wombles On January 29, 2018, the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) increased the per-claim range of civil monetary penalties under the federal False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. § 3729 et seq.) (“FCA”) in accordance with a statutory … Continue reading

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Florida Federal Judge Vacates $347 million False Claims Act Judgment against Nursing Home Operator

On January 11, 2018, a federal judge in Tampa, Florida vacated a $347 million False Claims Act judgment against a skilled nursing facility operator and its related entities. Continue reading

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Assistance with Rules Requiring Emergency Power

Emergency rules requiring emergency power sufficient to maintain an ambient temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit or below for 96 hours in nursing homes and assisted living facilities have just been announced. All nursing homes and assisted living facilities MUST submit an … Continue reading

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Cigna’s Global Compliance Officer Thomas F. O’Neil to Keynote Broad and Cassel’s Orlando Health Care Forum April 21

ORLANDO, Fla. (March 20, 2017) — Establishing and maintaining a culture of compliance is critical to the success of today’s health care organizations. That’s why attorneys from Broad and Cassel’s nationally recognized Health Law Practice Group alongside professionals from some … Continue reading

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Save the Date!

Broad and Cassel’s Third Annual Orlando Health Care Forum is scheduled for Friday, April 21. Please join us to explore “Compliance from the Top: Board Responsibility for Compliance Oversight.” Stay tuned for more details. Click here to register.

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In-House Counsel Increasingly Must Focus on Data Analytics

By: Paul R. DeMuro The Obama Administration plans to move billions of dollars in Medicare payments into contracts that radically alter how hospitals and physicians are paid. The idea is to find alternative payment mechanisms to Medicare’s fee-for-service system that … Continue reading

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