Regulatory Complaince Category

Start Your Own Medical Practice/Urgent Care Center or Self Standing ER

Start Your Own Medical Practice/Urgent Care Center or Self Standing ER By Zagreb global group Practice Startup Reduce Stress and Achieve Early Profits for Your Medical Practice Startup Your Startup Strategy Will Impact Profits for Years to Come Knowing and overseeing the thousands of details required for a successful medical practice startup is not the only key […]

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Start Your Own ASC

Starting Your Own Same Day/Outpatient Surgery Center

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New York City Adopts Lactation Accommodation Law

New York City’s new lactation accommodation law is now in effect and imposes new requirements on employers with four or more employees. The new law adds to the obligations that employers already have under New York State’s Labor Law. Under the Labor Law, employers are required to make reasonable efforts to provide a private room […]

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15 things to know about Stark Law-For My Colleges In Health Care Industry

Enacted more than two decades ago with the simple purpose of curbing physician self-referral, Stark Law has evolved into a complex set of regulations, which some argue impede efforts to transition away from a fee-for-service system. Here are 15 things to know about Stark Law. 1. In 1989, Congress passed the Ethics in Patient Referrals […]

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Update from feds: DOL releases opinion letters regarding FMLA, FLSA

It was a busy week for the DOL — not only did the agency release a new set of FMLA forms for employers, but it wrote four opinion letters addressing several FMLA and FLSA concerns.  As far as the forms go, the only thing that changed is the expiration date. The updated FMLA forms are exactly the […]

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