Due to a plethora of legal and regulatory issues, health care providers in Greensboro, North Carolina, require efficient and effective legal assistance. Disputes can arise between providers and the government and between providers and patients. It is important to have advice that is both reliable and up to date. An example of an area where this is very important is the opioid epidemic and the government’s response to it.
A few weeks ago, we told you about a new initiative of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services increasing provider access to information about which patients may be at risk of opioid addiction and abuse. The initiative has the twin goals of increasing access to patient information and reducing the time providers need to access the information.
Patient information is an area with lots of laws and government regulations that apply to it. These rules include both federal rules like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, as well as state regulations. There are practice compliance and regulations in other areas as well. Revolution Law helps providers with compliance with these important responsibilities.
Here at Revolution Law, our clients benefit from the insights of an experienced attorney who is also a former registered nurse and who understands how the health care industry works. This knowledge informs the advice we give for professional management and services. We also have experience with practice acquisitions and mergers and professional corporations and professional liability corporations.
We are happy to talk to people to discuss how we can put our health care law skills to work for them. We can be reached by phone and online. Our website’s health care law page has more information on the services we provide.
Revolution Law Group is located in Greensboro, NC, and serves individuals and small businesses throughout the Triad and surrounding areas. To contact us please visit Revolution.law or call 336-333-7907.
The information included here is for informational purposes only, is not exhaustive of all considerations when creating documents, is not intended to be legal advice, and should not be relied upon for that purpose. We strongly recommend you consult with an attorney and do not attempt to create your own documents.