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September 29, 2016 On September 22, 2016, The Supreme Court of Kentucky issued a noteworthy opinion in Baptist Health Richmond, Inc. v. Agee1 that provides progressive support for healthcare providers… Read more »
Nagle and Knaack obtain a defense verdict in Fairfax Neurosurgery case seeking $2,271,000. Plaintiff filed suit in the Fairfax County Circuit Court alleging that the defendant was negligent in his… Read more »
HDJN Complimentary Webinar: Building Strong Post-Acute Partnerships to Enhance Patient Management
HDJN is pleased to offer a complimentary webinar, “Building Strong Post-Acute Partnerships to Enhance Patient Management,” featuring Jared Landis from the Advisory Board. Jared is a recognized thought leader on… Read more »
September 23, 2016 On September 16, CMS finalized a rule establishing emergency preparedness requirements applicable to seventeen types of providers and suppliers. The rule becomes effective November 15, 2016 and… Read more »
Eight HDJN attorneys were honored with selection to the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers is considered the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the… Read more »
After a four-day trial and almost five hours of jury deliberation, John Peterson and Meredith Brebner obtained a defense verdict. Plaintiff filed a $2,050,000 lawsuit against Defendant pathologist and co-Defendant… Read more »
Virginia joins the fight against proposed union of health insurers Scott Johnson was among those interviewed in the August 30, 2016 Virginia Business article, “Merger Muddle.” Full article available here… Read more »
After a five-day trial and less than 45 minutes of deliberation, Jodi Simopoulos and Chip Hancock obtained a defense verdict. Plaintiff filed a $33 million lawsuit against Defendant mental health… Read more »
CMS Aims To Curb Hospital Access To Provider-Based Billing