Legal issues facing health care practitioners who advise on nutrition and diet continue to spawn new regulation.
Entrepreneurial physicians and health care professionals involved in complementary and integrative clinical practices find health freedom laws expanding across the U.S.
Proposed legislation in North Carolina may endanger practicing homeopaths and naturopaths.
Selling medicine over the Internet sometimes falls within telemedicine practice, but practitioners should beware of separate federal and state rules that address online prescribing.
Physician use of HCG for weight loss raises legal issues that the FDA has now flagged.
If you haven’t heard of teleneurophysiology, know that the word tele is going to become as ubiquitous in health care over the next few years as the e- in e-prescribing.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act makes it easier for the government to prosecute under the federal anti-kickback statute.
Multi-disciplinary health care clinics and medical spas need to address legal concerns surrounding Stark, kickback, and fee-splitting issues.
Recently our law office has exploded with calls about the legal issues surrounding new online telemedicine or telehealth services.
Telemedicine raises a number of legal issues of which a significant one is the way in which different states regulate the so-called "corporate practice of medicine."