Nixon Law Group, a leading health care law firm representing innovative healthcare providers and health technology companies, announced today that Faisal Khan, Esq. has joined the Firm as Senior Counsel. Mr. Khan will be based in Cleveland, Ohio, expanding Nixon Law Group's reach in the Midwest.
The Virginia Cannabis Industry Association (VCIA) will host a series of regional legislative forums over the next several weeks. Discussions will include an update about the Virginia cannabis industry and how outcomes of the November elections of all 140 seats of the Virginia General Assembly may affect the opportunities and challenges of this nascent industry.
Nixon Law Group, a leading health care law firm representing innovative healthcare providers and health technology companies, announced today that Dr James Gillespie has joined the firm as its Chief Healthcare Innovation Officer.
VIRGINIA, July 15, 2019/Nixon Law Group, PLLC – Nixon Law Group, a leading health law firm representing innovative healthcare providers and health technology companies, announced today that Thomas “Tommy” E. Miller, Esq. has joined the firm as Senior Counsel. Mr. Miller will be based in Nixon Law Group’s Richmond office and is licensed in Virginia and Maryland, with licensure in Washington, DC pending.
Nixon Law Group represents clients whose businesses are on the leading edge of healthcare and technology. We represent healthcare providers, healthcare technology companies, and other businesses that sell to the healthcare industry, including businesses in the medical cannabis industry.
Join us and Aging 2.0 Richmond on May 22 for our next Aging 2-PINT-O event to learn, innovate, and take action together!
We welcome all Richmond Chapter members, and any entrepreneurs, startups, and other change-makers to join us and innovate together over some liquid networking!
Nixon Law Group's managing partner, Carrie Nixon, is featured on this month's Health IT Trends Buzz podcast by the North Carolina Healthcare Information and Communications Alliance (NCHICA). Click here to listen!
Ostendio, a leading provider of cybersecurity and risk management solutions, today announced that they have partnered with Nixon Law Group, a boutique healthcare law firm headquartered in Virginia, to make it easier for organizations to comply with the ever-changing healthcare privacy regulatory requirements. This partnership brings together a leading-edge software platform with top-tier healthcare attorneys to help organizations better navigate the highly regulated healthcare industry.
Nixon Law Group, a Virginia-based boutique law firm representing clients in the healthcare industry exclusively, announced today that Kaitlyn O’Connor, Esq. has joined the firm as Counsel. Kaitlyn will be based in Nixon Law Group’s Richmond office, but will divide her time between Richmond and Williamsburg.
VIRGINIA, June 5, 2017/Nixon Law Group, PLLC/- Nixon Law Group, a Virginia-based boutique law firm representing clients in the healthcare industry exclusively, begins Summer 2017 by welcoming Caitlin Riccobono, Esq. as Counsel with the firm. Cait will be based in Nixon Law Group’s Richmond office. Prior to beginning her career as a healthcare lawyer, Cait spent five years in skilled nursing/long-term care facilities as a social worker.
In the latest article in Diagnostic Imaging, NLG Partner Rebecca E. Gwilt offers advice on how medical practices can manage vendor relations. Read the full article here: http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/partnerships/how-be-efficient-vendor-relations
In the April 4, 2016 edition of Part B News, Rebecca Gwilt talks about integration of behavioral health care into acute and primary care settings.
"For individual physicians, simply instituting a process to administer basic depression screening is an easy first step,” says Gwilt. That might be the kind of depression screening attached to annual wellness visits, which may be quite simple (PBN 3/14/16). Or you can kick it up a notch with something like the PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire depression eval), the 15-item Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) or the 20-item Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D)."