Tag Archives: Facility

Making the Transition to a Long-Term Care Facility

Making the decision to have your parent or loved one move into a long-term care facility can be difficult. Maybe you have been caring for your mother for the past five years and feel that you can no longer do … Continue reading

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Owner of Drug Rehab Facility Who Paid For Some Patients' Initial Health Insurance Payments and Waived CoPays and Deductibles Charged With Insurance Fraud by Riverside County District Attorney

There are times when health care facilities may contribute to paying a patients' insurance. For example, a patient who is hospitalized for some time where it is documented properly and financial need exists and it is disclosed.However, can a health … Continue reading

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Plastic not so fantastic: video shot in medical facility didn't defame or infringe facility's TM rights

Weirton Medical Center, Inc. v. Introublezone, Inc., 2018 WL 3458261, J-A06003-18 (Pa. Super. Ct. Jul. 18, 2018)Dr. Craig Richard Oser was a plastic surgeon with staff privileges at plaintiff WMC from 2009 to 2014, making him an employee according to … Continue reading

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Nurse Manager Schedule A EB2 I-140 Approved for Filipina Beneficiary and Health Service Ambulatory Facility Petitioner in Saipan Northern Mariana Islands

CASE: I-140 (EB-2 Category) / Schedule A EMPLOYER: Health Service Ambulatory Facility BENEFICIARY: Filipina Nurse Manager LOCATION: Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands Our client is a Filipina nurse manger and her current employer-sponsor was willing to petition her for a second-preference … Continue reading

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Former Pennsylvania Nurse Practitioner Gets Six Years in Prison for Sham Mental Health Facility

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law On May 11, 2018, a former nurse practitioner in Pennsylvania was sentenced to six years in prison for passing off unlicensed people, including … Continue reading

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