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Telemedicine Legal Series—Conclusion: Putting it All Together

Though medicine and various healthcare professions can be practiced online as well as in person is a given, the question remains: what does the law require to start and carry on such a practice in a compliant manner? Healthcare attorney Michael H. Cohen concludes FON’s telemedicine legal series.

Telemedicine Legal Series—Part 3: E-Prescribing

Did you know that the law handles telemedicine prescription differently than diagnosing and treating remotely? In part 3 of our popular telemedicine series, expert healthcare attorney Michael H. Cohen shares how providers can best comply.

Anti-Kickback and Fee-Splitting Legal Issues When MDs (and others) Lease Space

Many physicians, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and other healthcare practitioners want to know whether they are fee-splitting when they rent a room hourly from a medical practice or other healthcare facility or practitioner. Attorney Michael H. Cohen sheds some light.

The Evolution of Integrative Medicine Law and what the Future Portends

I recently caught up with attorney Michael H. Cohen to get a current perspective on all things integrative health from his modern legal lens.

 
 
 

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