During the first nine months of 2017, we have provided counsel across a broad spectrum of Physician practices, including specialties such as Orthopaedic Surgery, Radiology, Oncology, Pathology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics and Nephrology. In addition to issues relating to internal operation (e.g., compensation structure, ownership, tax efficiency, management structure, etc.) and the ever-present regulatory compliance, there has been a pronounced emphasis on proactively addressing the concerns of our medical practice clients surrounding an uncertain future under a broken healthcare system. This, of course, comes as no surprise in today’s environment, which in that same 9-month period saw multiple proposals and continued debate – along with a heavy dose of partisan rhetoric – all in the name of fixing an enormous healthcare system riddled with problems that transcend sound political ideology. More ›
Morris James' Healthcare Industry Team
will be presenting a webinar on health exchange, HIPAA, and general compliance issues and strategies for 2013-14 on October 9, 2013.
Delaware employers with 50 or fewer employees will identify critical health exchange implementation and learn about other hot topics from presentations and discussions facilitated by Morris James' Healthcare Industry Team
and the experienced insurance experts of Willis of Delaware, Inc.
In a timely News Journal story
that highlights Walgreens
' recent move to send workers to a private health insurance exchange to buy their own plans, consulting firm and industry expert Accenture
stated, "In five years, more than a quarter of the estimated 170 million people now covered by insurance through their employers will be getting their benefits this way." Home Depot
and Trader Joe's
recently announced their move to switch part-time workers to health exchange coverage as well. More ›
Now that the dust has settled on the Delaware General Assembly Session that ends in June 2013, here is the short list of the major legislation that will impact the Delaware healthcare industry going forward.
Everyone regulated by Delaware’s Division of Professional Regulation:
Division of Professional Regulation can issue “instant tickets” to persons engaging in various forms of unlicensed professional practice (HB90): occupational therapists; dental hygienists; podiatrists; nurses.