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Nathan Figueroa is Our Latest Summer Intern

Nathan Figueroa

Nathan Figueroa is a rising 3L at Florida State University College of Law. He will be joining Jones Health Law as our 2019 Summer Intern. Internships at Jones Health Law are designed to give our interns the tools that they will need to successfully practice law once the intern graduates from law school. Mr. Figueroa will have the opportunity to perform the following tasks: Sit in on potential client consultations Meetings with current clients Document gathering from Florida and Federal Agencies Assist with Marketing efforts Attend Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Courses Research case law for various legal issues Write Articles...

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Jamaal Jones Wins Against Florida Board of Nursing

On June 6th, Jamaal R. Jones represented a client during a Board of Nursing hearing at the Streamsong Resort. The Board wanted to permanently revoke the client's nursing license, pay over $15k in fines, etc. stemming from very serious allegations. Mr. Jones was able to secure a settlement of only 6 months of probation without an admission of guilt! Great result and a grateful client!...

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Establishing A Mobile IV Therapy Clinic in Florida

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Recently, I’ve received several inquiries from doctors, nurses and healthcare entrepreneurs who are considering opening mobile intravenous therapy clinics throughout Florida but have some legal concerns. In the past, there weren’t many Florida laws enacted to significantly regulate IV therapy clinics whether mobile or not and not much has changed over the years. Florida doesn’t have corporate practice of medicine limitations which is attractive for many of these individuals. What is Intravenous Therapy? The administration of intravenous (“IV”) therapy is defined as the therapeutic infusion and/or injection of substances (i.e. supplements, vitamins and minerals) through the venous peripheral system, consisting of...

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Jamaal Jones Attends Match Madness with BBBS

On Saturday, March 15, Jamaal R. Jones, Esq. participated in a "Match Madness" event which was organized by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami. Big Brothers practiced basketball drills and exercises with their Little Brothers and then participated in a basketball game. Mr. Jones has been a Big Brother for over four years and is very active in volunteering for this wonderful organization. ...

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Can a Non-Dentist Own a Dental Practice in Florida?

At Jones Health Law, we receive a lot of inquiries from non-dentists who are looking to own and operate dental practices. Dental offices that are placed in high-traffic areas with good management, a diverse patient population, talented healthcare professionals, and robust marketing and advertising efforts can generate significant revenue even with declining reimbursement rates from insurers. According to the American Dental Association, the average gross billings per dentist for owner dentists in 2017 was $718,790 for a general practitioner and $1,058,630 for a specialist. With numbers like that you can see why a non-dentist might want to open a practice comprised of several dentists and dental hygienists. However, non-dentists...

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Mr. Jones Attends Health Law Executive Council Meeting in Sarasota

On January 17, 2019, Jamaal R. Jones attended the Florida Bar Health Law Section’s Executive Council Meeting in his capacity as Executive Council member and Chair of the Communications and Technology Committee. Many things were discussed during the meeting including updates the Health Law Section’s website, updates to the Health Law Section’s Bylaws, legislative updates and more. The meeting was held at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota and Chart House Longboat Key. ...

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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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