News & Knowledge
A new opioid control law in North Carolina brings a nearly immediate effect on physicians and health care providers.
One of our New Jersey defense attorneys offers guidance for physicians and practices about that state’s law regulating sensitive provider/patient interactions.
Suggestions for how to enable a smooth transition from one EHR vendor to another.
Guidance for practices wondering if the move affects their own liability.
A jury found a physician liable for overprescribing opioids to a patient.
The ruling means that consent for procedures given to staff members is no longer valid.
Anita Linton offers guidance on how practices can navigate the increasing challenges posed by websites like Yelp.
The modules offer support on applying the agency’s prescribing guidelines.
The emergency regulations create specific requirements for physicians and other prescribers.
Curi’s Tamara Johnson offers guidance on how providers can identify drug-seeking patients and what they can do to establish prescribing practices that help keep patients safe while minimizing the risk posed by drug-seekers.