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Health Care Providers Face Growing Ransomware Risks, and Potential Sanctions for Paying Ransom

USA - November 12 2020 As if COVID-19 wasn’t enough of a challenge for many struggling hospitals and health care systems, there is another growing threat they must guard…

Jean G. Schtokal.

Federal Assistance to Providers and Required Coverage of COVID-19 Testing by Insurers

USA - April 15 2020 The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) require insurers to cover…

Caroline Renner.

The Workers' Compensation Issues Raised by Coronavirus Pandemic and Michigan's Newly Promulgated Emergency Rules for "First Response Employees"

USA - March 23 2020 The novel Coronavirus (“COVID-19”), now classified as a full blown pandemic by the World Health Organization, is projected to continue spreading…

Caroline Renner, Gilbert M. Frimet, Jennifer B. Van Regenmorter, Julie LaVille Hamlet, Michael R. Blum, Mindi M. Johnson, Nicholas M. Oertel, Richard C. Kraus, Ryan E. Lamb, Taylor A. Gast, Zachary W. Behler.

Can a Non-Physician Own and Operate a Medical Facility in Michigan?

USA - October 3 2017 An interesting case is winding its way through the Michigan Court of Appeals that involves the question of whether a layperson, as opposed to a…

Julie LaVille Hamlet.

OIG Recommends Audits of Meaningful Use Incentive Payments

USA - August 29 2017 In order to encourage health providers to use electronic medical records (“EHRs”) in lieu of paper records, Congress passed the Medicare and Medicaid…

Julie LaVille Hamlet.