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Providers Attesting to Their Compliance With Meaningful Use Need to Ensure That They Truly Protected Their Electronic Health Information

By Gabriel Imperato and Paul R. DeMuro Providers are starting to get notices from the government that they have not met the Meaningful Use requirement with respect to protecting electronic health information. They have attested that they have and thus, … Continue reading

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The Modernization of 42 CFR Part 2

By: Kristina Maranges On February 9th of this year, the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (“SAMHSA”) published its proposed revisions to the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records regulations, 42 CFR Part 2, the confidentiality … Continue reading

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March 2016 Newsletter

Please visit this page for the March 2016 installment of Broad and Cassel’s “Health Law Update.”

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Paul DeMuro Published in December Issue of Compliance Today

Fort Lauderdale Of Counsel Paul DeMuro penned two articles in the December 2015 issue of Compliance Today magazine, continuations from the first two installments in the October 2015 issue. Compliance Today is published by the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) … Continue reading

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Biomedical Informatics’ Global Reach

By: Paul DeMuro One need only spend a few days at an international meeting of biomedical informaticians, physicians, and other scientists to realize quite quickly that many countries across the globe are experiencing many of the same issues in their … Continue reading

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Sixty-Seven Percent of Compliance Executives Mandate Bribery and Corruption Training for All Managers, Consero Finds

Corruption and bribery remain top risks to organizations, and Chief Compliance Officers are responding, as nearly two thirds (67%) have made bribery and corruption training mandatory for all managers, according to a new survey by Consero Group, an international leader … Continue reading

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Nationally Regarded Health Care Information and Technology Attorney Paul R. DeMuro Joins Broad and Cassel’s Fort Lauderdale Office

Statewide law firm Broad and Cassel today announced the addition of Paul R. DeMuro, who joins the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office as of counsel in the Health Law Practice Group. DeMuro has a broad-based health law background, a unique knowledge … Continue reading

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Tavenner to Step Down as Head of CMS

By: Fred Segal Marilyn Tavenner, the much embattled Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, announced last Friday that she will be stepping down at the end of the month. Tavenner was integral in the implementation of Healthcare.gov, the … 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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Adoption of Telemedicine Predicted to Grow

By: Stephen Siegel Two recent analyses of the telehealth market predict substantial growth in the foreseeable future. RNCOS Business Consultancy Services is predicting a worldwide annual growth rate of 18.5%, while IHS is predicting that the telehealth market in the … Continue reading

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