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Which Business Structure is Best for my Medical Practice?

Which Business Structure is Best for my Medical Practice? Over the years many providers have come to my office expressing an interest in owning a medical practice, healthcare facility, or healthcare business. During these meetings, it is important to obtain pertinent background information about the healthcare entity followed by a discussion about some of the regulatory and licensing issues that may arise. Equally important is determining how the healthcare entity should be structured for asset protection and tax purposes. A corporate healthcare attorney like myself can determine whether it is best for you to create a corporation, LLC, or an LLP....

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Lighting Up Florida’s Medical Marijuana Industry

On November 8, 2016, Florida voters approved the use of Medical Marijuana in a constitutional ballot initiative called Amendment 2. This Amendment approved the use of Medical Marijuana in treatment for patients who suffer from specific debilitating medical conditions. These debilitating medical conditions include, but, are not limited to, cancer, AIDS, PTSD, glaucoma, Parkinson’s Disease, epilepsy, and Crohn’s disease. Physicians may also prescribe Medical Marijuana for “other debilitating medical conditions of the same kind or class” as those mentioned above and “for which a physician believes that the medical use of marijuana would likely outweigh the potential health risks for...

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The Business of Healthcare: Post-Election

Jamaal R. Jones, Esq. attended a conference hosted by the University of Miami's Center for Health Sector Management and Policy on March 3, 2017. It was headlined by leaders from across the country. Panelists shared ideas on how the U.S. health care system will continue to evolve and how the anticipated changes will impact consumers, businesses and government over the next four years and beyond. Guest speakers participated in several discussions including: (A) A Conversation on the Election and Global Health Care Issues; (B) Election Impact on Health Care Sectors; (C) Health Care Policies Under the Trump Administration; (D) Election Impact on South Florida Health Care...

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