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A jury found a physician liable for overprescribing opioids to a patient.
An attorney from our outside counsel network discusses the implications of the federal spotlight on opioid prescribing practices and how physicians can protect themselves.
Risk Consultant Janet McCrossen recounts her personal observations of opioid abuse and shares tips to help physicians protect their patients.
The emergency regulations create specific requirements for physicians and other prescribers.
Bill has implications for physicians and medical practices.
An attorney from our outside counsel network discusses the growing threats associated with stimulant misuse and how prescribers can protect themselves against potential liability.
Recent opioid-related lawsuits have developed to include unnamed physicians, leaving doctors across the nation vulnerable to major liability.
The changes include new CME and reporting requirements.
New law requires electronic prescriptions for Schedule II to V controlled substances in an attempt to combat opioid abuse.
A new opioid control law in North Carolina brings a nearly immediate effect on physicians and health care providers.