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Trademark Protection for Medical Practices and Hospitals

Trademark Protection for Medical Practices and Hospitals

University hospitals, hospitals, and medical practitioners in community practices are increasingly concerned with their own placement in the market. If they want to act economically, it is necessary to sell not only the necessary medical care, but also additional offerings, which are often common in wellness treatment centers. Hospitals, medical ... Read More »

What Does Medical and Recreational Marijuana Legalization Mean for the Commercial Insurance Marketplace?

What Does Medical and Recreational Marijuana Legalization Mean for the Commercial Insurance Marketplace?

In connection with this month’s elections nationwide, ballots in nine states included initiatives to legalize the use of medical or recreational marijuana. All but one of the ballot measures passed. With the relaxation of drug laws nationwide and dispensaries popping up rapidly, commercial property insurers have available to them amazing ... Read More »

The Future of the Affordable Care Act

The Future of the Affordable Care Act

Since its enactment six years ago, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”) has faced numerous challenges from Republicans attempting to repeal the law. Though previous efforts, through both legislation and litigation, have been unsuccessful, the election of Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress likely portends at least ... Read More »

Finalized Medicare 60-Day Overpayment Rule Goes Into Effect Today – Providers Are You Ready?

Finalized Medicare 60-Day Overpayment Rule Goes Into Effect Today – Providers Are You Ready?

In 2010 the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) implemented a 60-day reporting and refund requirement for Medicare overpayments.[1] Any provider that has received an overpayment is required to report and return the overpayment within “60 days after the date on which the overpayment was identified.”[2] An overpayment occurs when a provider ... Read More »

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