Tag Archives: Records

California Pharmacy Pays $75,000 Settlement for Failing to Keep Accurate Records of Controlled Substances Inventory

As part of the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) increased enforcement on prescription addiction and prescribing, pharmacies are facing an increased number of inspections and audits on their inventory and recordkeeping. Recently, in June 2018, a pharmacy in Lakeside, California known as Archana Corporation doing … Continue reading

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Jahi McMath – Court Documents & Medical Records

I have collected, here, most of the publicly filed court documents in the six court cases concerning the "death" of Jahi McMath.  These contain some medical records and expert declarations. There is also good commentary in the academic journals and … Continue reading

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Cal.: Carpenter‘s search warrant requirement does not apply to cell phone records merely used to show that co-conspirators communicated with each other

Carpenter’s search warrant requirement does not apply to cell phone records merely used to show that co-conspirators communicated with each other. In light of the whole trial, it wasn’t all that important. People v. Anderson, 2018 Cal. LEXIS 4698 (June … Continue reading

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In Virginia, How Much Can a Doctor Charge a Patient or an Attorney For Medical Records?

As you can imagine as part of my law practice I need to request a large amount of medical records for my clients.  I also, on occasion, have had to request my own medical records.  I am always surprised at … Continue reading

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After Losing At Trial, Mississippi Physician Sentenced to 42 Months in Prison for Role in Prescribing Allegedly Medically Unnecessary Compounded Medications to Patients and for Falsifying Patient Records to Make it Appear He Had Examined Them Before Prescribing

Physicians who consider "telemedicine" or writing prescriptions to patients they have not physically seen or any other unusual arrangement for seeing patients and prescribing medications or supplies should consider a recent case. In this case, a 78 year old Mississippi physician, … Continue reading

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