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When Do I Need a Healthcare Attorney?  Responding to an Investigation by the Virginia Department of Health Professions

When Do I Need a Healthcare Attorney? Responding to an Investigation by the Virginia Department of Health Professions

Do I really need a healthcare attorney? The Board is simply asking me to answer some questions and provide some documentation. Of course, a Board complaint is a big deal, but this part seems harmless/easy enough. I will just respond and tell them what happened, right?” The reality is that an effective response is not as straightforward as it may seem. Hiring a healthcare attorney to assist in the preparation of your response to a complaint investigation can improve your chances of resolving the complaint at the investigation stage, incidentally saving you money in the long run.

Get to Know the New D.C. Telemedicine Regulations

Get to Know the New D.C. Telemedicine Regulations

As of December 22, 2017, the District of Columbia’s first telemedicine regulations take effect. Healthcare providers and healthcare technology vendors interested in or currently engaged in the telemedicine industry in D.C. should be aware of these key provisions in the new regulations.