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Health Law Section Publications: The Health Lawyer

Volume 11 (1998-1999)

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Vol. 11 No. 6 (August 1999)

  • Hospital/Physician Gainsharing Arrangements: The IRS Givith and the OIG Taketh Away
  • OIG Compliance Program Guidnace for the Durable Medical Equipment, Prosethics, Orothotics and Supply Industry
  • Professional Courtesy and the New Order: Recognizing Legal Constraints and Economic Realities
  • HCFA Interim Final Rule on Patient’s Rights Under Medicare Hospital Conditions of Participation
  • Courts are Evaluating Restrictive Covenants in Physician Contracts in Favor of Professional Mobility and Public Access to Care and Facilities
  • The Self-Referral Law: Time for a Change

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Vol. 11 No. 5 (July, 1999)

  • A Review of Key Legal Requirements Affecting Ambulatory Surgical Centers
  • Increased Federal Enforcement of Nursing Homes Expected
  • Attorney Liability Under the Fraud and Abuse Laws: Managing Risk by Managing the Client Relationship
  • False Claims Act Cases: Ex Parte Asset Attachment Upon the Filing of the Complaint
  • Medicare Provider-Based Status Requirements for Hospital Outpatient Services

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Vol. 11 No. 4 (May, 1999)

  • ERISA Fiduciary Duty Claims and Managed Care Liability: Implication of Herdrich v Pegram
  • Lawyers Beware of Criminal Health Fraud: What Attorneys can Learn from the Kansas City Health Care Attorney Indictments
  • Involuntary Administration of Psychotropic Medication: A Federal Court Update
  • Improving Pain Care: A Safe Harbor is Not Enough, the Seas Outside the Harbor Must be Rough
  • A Compendium of Health Care and Health Law Related Internet Web Sites

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Vol. 11 No. 3 (April 1999)

  • Physician Deselection Under Attack: Will Without Cause Termination Soon be a Thing of the Past?
  • OIG Special Fraud Alert: Physician Liability for Certifications in the Provision of Medical Equipment and Supplies and Home Health Services
  • Overview of the Healthcare Liability Issues and the Millennium Bug
  • The United States Supreme Court Rules on the Issue of Whether Beneficiaries of a Group Health Plan Can File a Claim under RICO Against the Insurer
  • Decisions of the Supreme Court and DHHS Continue to Expand Hospital Liability Under EMALTA
  • Legal Liability Facing Hospitals as a Result of "Year 2000" Problems

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Vol. 11 No. 2 (November 1998)

  • OIG Issues New Voluntary Disclosure Protocol
  • Floodgates Open in the U.S. for Software Patents Covering Financial Configurations and Business Models for Health Care Management and Insurance
  • Retroviral Disability Jurisprudence: Do AIDS Caps in Self-funded Health Benefit Plans Violate the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
  • New Legislation Can Help Protect Health Care Providers as well as Device Manufacturers Who Disclose Y2K Information
  • Corporate Compliance: The OIG's Newest Compliance Program Guidance Targets Third-Party Medical Billing Companies

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Vol. 11 No. 1 (October 1998)

  • Y2K and Medical Devices: Encouraging Manufacturers to Disclose the Compliance Status of their Products
  • Y2K Update for Health Care Lawyers
  • When Networks Collide: Managing the Risks Arising from the Interaction of Healthcare and Information Services
  • "Qui Tam" Insurance & False Claims Act Settlements

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