I am pleased to let my blog subscribers know that I have joined DLA Piper as a partner and chair of the Health Care Compliance and Enforcement practice, resident in the Dallas office. I will be working with the Litigation practice and Health Care Sector. Here is the Press Release. Regards, Frank
I’m pleased to let you know that I’ve deployed a Droid App that connects you directly to the information on The Healthcare Compliance Blog. You can find it in the Market by searching for “Compliance Law.” Please let me know what you think. I’m working to make it useful and user-friendly.
I’m pleased to let you know that I’ve deployed an iPad App that connects you directly to the information on The Healthcare Compliance Blog. You can find it in the App Store by searching for “Compliance Law.” That’s also a good way to get the iPhone App. Please let me know what you think. I’m… Continue Reading
On April 26, I will talk about Healthcare Compliance – What every Senior Leader Needs to Know in 2011 in a free webinar hosted by EthicsPoint. Here’s a description: The healthcare industry is currently faced with mounting economic, political and regulatory pressures. State and local governments have increased their enforcement budgets in an effort to… Continue Reading
If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can now access The Healthcare Compliance Blog, presentations, podcasts, Twitter feeds and other helpful information through my new App. Search the App Store for “Compliance Law” or “Sheeder.” Here’s a link to the Apple iTunes listing: http://tinyurl.com/sheederapp/ Kindly let me know what you think. Thanks.
The health care industry is besieged by economic and political pressures. There is more uncertainty than ever before. But there is one factor that is predictable: enforcement is increasing, and it will continue. Prudent providers should consider redoubling their compliance efforts now. Here is a short summary of recent developments and current trends and themes… Continue Reading
I’m hosting a Social Networking discussion at SCCE this week. http://tinyurl.com/ye9y3oh>
An interesting article about the stimulus package, one year later. If people really believe the money has been wasted, I wonder if this will lead to (a) slowing down the remaining funding, and (b) more enforcement. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), which was the vehicle for the stimulus, contains sweeping whistleblower… Continue Reading