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Getting Ready to Text Patient Information? Think Twice!

USA - March 22 2018 Text messaging is the new email and is common in health care. Providers are texting both patients and other providers about patient care. While...

Kathrin E. Kudner, Gerald L. Aben, Richard Y. Cheng, Maria B. Abrahamsen, Eric S. Klein.


Reminder for Pharmacists & Pharmacies: New Controlled Substance Dispensing Requirements Become Effective March 27, 2018

USA - March 20 2018 The recently-passed Michigan opioid and controlled substance legislation includes some new requirements and some confirmation of existing requirements...

Kathrin E. Kudner, Gerald L. Aben, Richard Y. Cheng, Maria B. Abrahamsen, Eric S. Klein.


Enhanced Protections for Health Care Conscientious Objectors

USA - March 1 2018 The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“DHHS”) recently took two steps to protect the conscience and religious freedom of health care...

Kathrin E. Kudner, Gerald L. Aben, Richard Y. Cheng, Maria B. Abrahamsen, Eric S. Klein.


New Requirements for Controlled Substance and Opioid Prescribing and Dispensing in Michigan

USA - February 26 2018 In response to the opioid crisis that has gripped the country, the Michigan Legislature passed a set of bills in 2017 that imposes new requirements in...

Kathrin E. Kudner, Gerald L. Aben, Richard Y. Cheng, Maria B. Abrahamsen, Eric S. Klein.


Supreme Court Hands Corporate America A “Win” in Dodd-Frank Retaliation Matter, but It May Be a Loss in the Long Run

USA - February 23 2018 On February 21, 2018, the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers __ U.S. __, No. 16-1267 (February 21, 2018), a...

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