Although acupuncture malpractice may be rare, experts can be deployed to help mitigate liability (for defendants) or make the liability case (for plaintiffs).
Here’s what you need to know about legal issues involved in practicing complementary and alternative medicine….
Many medical spas, health care clinics, integrative medicine facilities, and wellness facilities are asking whether sharing revenues with practitioners violates the law and puts them in legal jeopardy.
New York has its own "mini-Stark" law addressing referrals to health care entities in which the referring practitioner has an ownership or other financial interest.
Integrative medicine clinics, wellness centers, and other holistic health care facilities (and medical spas) can incur both direct and vicarious liability.
An emerging case against a psychiatrist highlights conflict of interest issues involved when physicians promote products, particularly those involving off-label drug use.
If you are an unlicensed practitioner trained in herbal medicine, is there any legal protection?
Do you have a boilerplate informed consent for your chiropractic, acupuncture, massage thearpy, hypnotherapy, energy healing, or other complementary and alternative medicine practice?
Many energy healers and other non-licensed CAM providers are aware of the California law authorizing practice with appropriate disclosure.
Electronic medical record may increase malpractice risk, according to a physician survey.