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When a loved one is placed in a mental health care facility, we expect them to be given the best care possible. Patients who are mental ill require certain level of attention and care. When that standard of care is not met, it may constitute negligence.
Administrative Law Judges often reject opinions from providers who are not doctorates because the opinion does not come from "an acceptable medical source." However, the regulations clearly indicate these records can be used for some purposes.
Changes passed by the Florida Legislature in 2013 are far more favorable to auto insurance companies than to consumers injured in auto accidents. Some of these changes severely limit your rights to obtain medical and wage-loss benefits under your own No-Fault auto insurance.
Private persons can sue for fraud committed against government.
Digital and Social Media Marketing for Pharm: Compliance in an Era of Minimal FTC Guidance
Healthcare Social Media Marketing and Compliance for Hospitals.
In New York the doctrine of necessaries requires a spouse to pay a spouse's medical bills when insurance coverage is denied. Denial could be based on fine print in the insurance contract. ERISA litigation and negotiation may help.
Many elderly couples are facing a previously unthinkable proposition, should they obtain a Medicaid divorce for financial reasons. This places the elder care attorney in a dilemma. Should the attorney recommend a “Medicaid Divorce” solely for financial reasons?
There is now an additional estate planning document that you may need to have for a more complete plan. This additional document is what is known as a HIPAA Authorization and could make a big difference in the quality of care that you receive.
Dementia can sneak up on families. Its sufferers are pretty adept at covering lapses early on, and spouses are sometimes there to compensate. Doctors too frequently are fooled as well.