- Texas Telemedicine Update: Texas Dispute with Teladoc Leads to Revisions to Telemedicine Clinical and Reimbursement Standards
- Jeremy Sherer Named Top Health Care IT Attorney by Health Data ManagementNovember 20, 2017
- Managing Substance Use Disorder Information in ACOs and HIEs under Revised Part 2 Regulations
- Best Lawyers in America Recognizes 15 HLB Attorneys
- The Price of Delaying HIPAA Compliance
- HLB is Pleased to Announce 2017 Southern California Super Lawyers
- Prepare for Medi-Cal EHR Audits: OIG Finds $22 Million Overpayments to 95% of Audited Hospitals; DHCS Promises to Audit All Hospital EHR Payments
- Prepare for Medi-Cal EHR Audits
- Thinking About Not Reporting That Minor Breach? Think Again.
- OCR’s Largest Settlement To-Date Sends Strong Message to Covered Entities About Enterprise-Wide HIPAA Risk Assessment
Archived Blog Posts
Some clarity is finally emerging on telemedicine clinical and reimbursement standards in Texas after a handful of important developments in the last several months. Read More ›
Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, P.C. is pleased to announce that Boston attorney Jeremy Sherer has been named one of “12 Health Care IT Law Attorneys You Should Know” by Health Data Management. The organization recognized Mr. Sherer and others for their demonstrated expertise in health care IT. Mr. Sherer can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.532.2705.
Earlier this year the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration issued revised regulations governing the confidentiality of health information in federally-assisted substance use disorder programs. Read More ›
National Health Law Firm Hooper, Lundy & Bookman is pleased to announce that 15 firm attorneys have been recognized for their health law expertise in the 2018 Edition of Best Lawyers in America. Read More ›