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Husch Blackwell LLP
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has further expanded the list of telehealth services that Medicare Fee-For-Service will pay for during the COVID-19 ...
Reed Smith
We have a long, 50-state survey post entitled "Don't Forget About A Prescribing Physician's Failure To Read Warnings," about a subject as to which we feel strongly enough that we keep it updated on
Duane Morris LLP
With each passing year, the long-predicted aspirational advantages of 3D printing in the life sciences industry become a reality.
Foley & Lardner
The Georgia Composite Medical Board recently finalized a new amendment to its telemedicine practice standards. The purpose of the amendment was to address the use of technology as it...
Holland & Knight
The 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act) included several provisions to accelerate the adoption and effective use of health information technology (HIT) and discourage information blocking.
Reed Smith
It's a unique relationship based largely on knowledge and trust. Doctor's not only have to rely on their medical knowledge, but they need to apply that to their knowledge of the patient.
Arnold & Porter
A brief history and how to comply with current guidelines.
Arnold & Porter
On September 24, 2020, the HHS Secretary and the FDA issued a final rule implementing a provision of law allowing the commercial importation of certain prescription drugs from Canada through FDA-authorized, time-limited programs ...
Arnold & Porter
The numerous requirements to legally market a medical device, drug, biologic, or combination thereof in the United States are meant to reassure consumers that these medical products are safe and that the scope of their effectiveness is understood.
Arnold & Porter
In medical care, informed consent is the process of communication between a physician and a patient that results in the patient's authorization or agreement to undergo a specific medical intervention. Arising
L2 Counsel
Increased funding plus employees that need an office makes the Life Sciences real estate sector resilient in a global pandemic
Husch Blackwell LLP
The Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS") continues to modify guidance related to reporting requirements of the provider relief funds ("Relief Funds")
Jones Day
Ohio House Bill 606 grants temporary immunity from civil actions related to the transmission of COVID-19 and limited immunity to health care providers related to civil actions and professional...
Jones Day
As this Fall 2020 issue of Vital Signs marks our first full year of digital health law updates, we thank you, our clients, for the opportunity to meet and support your growing digital health
Jones Day
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised concern among health care leaders about the preparedness of acute care systems to adapt to and manage large-scale environmental disruptions
FTI Consulting
Internet-connected healthcare devices, ubiquitous in hospitals, are often rife with vulnerabilities. Here's how hospitals can keep their networks secure and patients safe.
Husch Blackwell LLP
On October 1, 2020, Husch Blackwell conducted the first of an eight-part Health Law & Innovation Series.
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani
Some time ago we posted on the topic of responding to the inevitable contention from plaintiff counsel that there is "no known safe dose of asbestos" or its frequent companion "every major health agency says there is no known safe dose."
Reed Smith
For the better part of a decade, Bexis has participated in the Food & Drug Law Institute's ("FDLI") annual Top Food and Drug Cases project.
Venable LLP
In a published opinion, the Fourth Circuit recently affirmed a district court's ruling that CBS News did not defame a pharmacist in its reporting on the opioid crisis, agreeing that the statements at issue were substantially true.
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