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David Wagmeister Named 2022 Southern California “Rising Star”

The firm is pleased to announce that David Wagmeister has been selected as a 2022 Southern California “Rising Stars” by Thomson Reuters. “Super Lawyers” is …

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CCPA vs. HIPAA Compliance Requirements

In 2021, many healthcare organizations faced record-high losses from data breaches. Each of these incidents cost around $9.23 million, or $2 million higher than the …

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How To Get Your Nursing License Back After Suspension

A significant amount of time, effort, and money go into becoming a registered nurse (RN) in California. Nurses must complete nursing school and pass the …

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How Medical Malpractice Tort Reform Affects Your Medical Practice

Medical malpractice tort reform has been enacted in some states to protect medical professionals from waves of frivolous lawsuits. Tort reform addresses changes or limitations …

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What Is Qui Tam? The False Claims Act & Whistleblower Law Explained

Qui tam lawsuits are civil actions that private individuals may take to court. These individuals have direct and independent knowledge of fraud against the government. However, there are specific limitations that you must consider if you are facing such a lawsuit. Here’s a closer look at this kind of law.

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Nick Jurkowitz Interviewed For Authority Magazine’s Series “In Light Of The Pandemic, Here Are The 5 Things We Need To Do To Improve The US Healthcare System”

Nick Jurkowitz was recently featured in Authority Magazine’s series, “In Light Of The Pandemic, Here Are The 5 Things We Need To Do To Improve …

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Guide to the National Practitioner Data Bank, Revocation, and Appeals

The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) is a database meant to facilitate easy access to reports of medical malpractice and adverse actions taken in response.

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Stark Law: Important Change for Healthcare Group Practices

In December of 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services released a series of updates for the Stark Law, the set of regulations designed …

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CMS & Medicare Billing Privilege Revocations & Appeals

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has the legal authority to revoke health care providers’ and suppliers’ billing privileges.

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Benjamin Fenton Featured in CMA Today Article on Price Transparency for Healthcare Patients

Benjamin Fenton recently spoke with CMA Today, the publication of the American Association of Medical Assistants, regarding recent rules issued by the Centers for Medicare …

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