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AHCA Application for Exemption from Disqualification

If you are reading this article it means that you have probably received a letter from the Agency for Healthcare Administration (“AHCA”) stating that they have uncovered criminal offenses that disqualify you from working for a health care provider. AHCA may have uncovered this offense a result of background screening submitted as part of the employment process for a health care provider and/or participation as a Medicaid provider. This applies to clinical staff as well as facility owners, administrators and chief financial officers and those seeking enrollment as a provider in the Florida Medicaid program. Fear not, because you may be eligible to file an Exemption from Disqualification if...

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Healthcare Provider Marketing and Management Arrangements

Healthcare providers interested in entering into marketing or management arrangements with companies must structure these arrangements in such a way that they don’t violate any federal or Florida healthcare laws. Providers should avoid entering into any marketing and management arrangements, which gives the impression that they offered, paid, or solicited cash, or any other type of remuneration in exchange for referring patients to that provider. Failure to do so may result in an Anti-Kickback violation if the arrangement does not fit squarely within an Ant-Kickback Statute Safe Harbor. Safe harbors that might be available to a healthcare provider, depending on the terms...

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Negotiating Malpractice Insurance in Physician Employment Contracts

Medical Malpractice Insurance is an essential part of any physician’s practice. According to the American College of Physicians, “Medical Malpractice” insurance is a specialized type of professional liability insurance that covers physician liability arising from disputed services that result in a patient’s injury or death. Injuries may present themselves immediately or at some time in the future. Malpractice insurance requirements will vary depending upon several factors including, but, not limited to how long you have been practicing, the size of your practice, specialty, prior claims filed against you, etc. Many providers receive their malpractice insurance  through their hospital employer while...

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Annual Meeting of The Florida Society of Anesthesiologists

Jamaal R. Jones recently attended the Annual Meeting of the Florida Society of Anesthesiologists at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida. The end goal of the meeting was for participants to: 1. Assess the potential application of emerging issues and advances that affect the practice of anesthesia; and 2. Apply contemporary practice management skills and knowledge of regulatory issues to the efficient and safe delivery of patient care. If you are an Anesthesiologist, Anesthesiologist Assistant, or Nurse Anesthetist and would like to find out the various ways in which Jones Health Law can be of assistance to please contact us!...

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