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January 13, 2022Alex Keoskey interviewed for Medical Economics article titled "Dealing with Medical Board Complaints"

Alex Keoskey, Esq., a partner in the Healthcare department at Mandelbaum Barrett was interviewed for an article in the January 11th, 2022 issue of Medical Economics. "Physicians should take medical board complaints far more seriously than a medical malpractice complaint," he says. "Physicians need to be aware of the reporting requirements enshrined in state and federal law relating to adverse actions by medical boards."...

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November 16, 2021Mandelbaum Barrett's Healthcare Group Welcomes Mena R. Francis, Esq. to head the Firm's PIP Arbitration/Reimbursement Recovery Department

As an expansion of the Healthcare Law Practice Group, Mandelbaum Barrett welcomes Mena R. Francis, Esq. to head the firm's PIP Arbitration/Reimbursement Recovery Department. In the ever-changing PIP/No-Fault space, arbitration has emerged as the only practical way a healthcare providers can be compensated for their services absent settlement. Mr. Francis has extensive experience representing medical providers and facilities in collecting PIP claims. With over a decade of experience in the industry, he knows what it takes to make sure providers collect fast. This new practice area compliments the Group's existing representation of clients in connection with all payor recoupment disputes, whether the payor is a government payor, such as Medicare and Medicaid, major medical carrier or self or partially funded plans....

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April 30, 2020N.J. Establishes Emergency Health Care Provider Registry

On April 29, 2020, the Commissioner of the N.J. Department of Health ("DOH") issued an Executive Directive ("Directive") establishing a registry of health care workers, public health workers, and support services personnel who voluntarily consent to provide health care, public health services, and support logistics during the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency....

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April 28, 2020A Cautionary Tale: New York Businessman Criminally Charged for Hoarding and Price-Gouging PPE During the COVID-19 Crisis

On April 24, 2020, a criminal complaint ("Complaint") was filed in federal court against Amardeep Singh ("Defendant"), a New York-based businessman, for allegedly accumulating personal protective equipment ("PPE") and other materials "in quantities that far exceed the reasonable demands of [his] retail business" and for reselling said PPE "at prices in excess of prevailing market prices."...

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April 24, 2020Ambulatory Care Facility Alert: NJ DOH Waives and Relaxes Rule Governing Staff-to-Patient Ratio Requirements for Outpatient Renal Dialysis Providers

Ordinarily, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 8:43A-24.7, ambulatory care facilities ("ACFs") that provide outpatient renal dialysis services are required to have at least one registered nurse ("RN") on duty for the first nine patients receiving dialysis services on the premises, and an additional RN on duty for each additional nine patients, or any portion thereof. In addition, facilities must have at least one RN, LPN, or trained patient care technician on duty for every three patients receiving dialysis services....

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April 16, 2020New Jersey Grants Statutory Immunity to Healthcare Professionals and Facilities Combatting COVID-19

On April 14th, 2020, New Jersey Governor Murphy signed into law legislation that grants healthcare professionals and healthcare facilities immunity from liability arising from claims for alleging injury or death arising from acts or omissions made in connection with, or related to, the State's efforts to combat COVID-19....

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April 7, 2020Recently-Imposed Restrictions on the Prescribing and Dispensing of Potential COVID-19 Medications

The Acting Director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has ordered that, with respect to the treatment of COVID-19 patients, the prescribing and dispensing of drugs in short supply — including hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, two drugs that are widely being used by practitioners worldwide to treat COVID-19...

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