Monthly Archives: June 2016

Health Law Update Webinar – Thursday, July 21

Cozen O’Connor is hosting an in-person and webinar seminar on trending topics in health law on Thursday, July 21,  3:30 – 5:30 PM ET. I will be speaking on “Health Care Update from Washington: Rushing to the Finish Line Both

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Times They Are A-Changin’: Scope of Practice Finally Gets a Closer Look

No one should question the importance of medical training or ongoing educational requirements, nor should a health problem be addressed with anything but the expertise it requires. That said, far too often, health professionals (or perhaps more accurately their professional

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Section 1557 and Beyond: True Civil Rights Are Coming to Health Care at Long Last

I just watched the movie “All the Way,” an extraordinary account of LBJ’s first year in office and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. While that law was groundbreaking, many are surprised to learn it did relatively

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