Revisiting Federal Physician Compensation Restrictions

Change is in the air for federal laws that restrict physician compensation. Recent requests for information from the Department of

Read more

Samhsa Releases Second Part 2 Final Rule in Major Update

LEXINGTON Not only is the opioid crisis straining the resources of our healthcare system, but the increasing need for treatment

Read more

2017 Legislation Muddies the Water for Kentucky Physicians and Providers

Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer described Kentucky’s 2017 legislative session as the most productive regular session in modern history. Over

Read more

Watch Out MCOs

With reported revenues in the billions of dollars and net profits not far behind, insurance companies providing a Medicaid Managed

Read more

What Healthcare Providers Should Know About MACRA

With the election of Donald Trump and the announced appointment of Tom Price as secretary of Health and Human Services,

Read more

Treating Patients by Telehealth in Kentucky

You may already be practicing telehealth, or considering it, if you have patients who cannot be seen in your office

Read more

Kentucky’s Amended Pill Mill Law

Kentucky’s troubled history with the abuse of prescription medication is no secret. Recent legislation hopes to reduce access to prescription

Read more

Kentucky’s New Pill Mill Law

On July 20, 2012, new laws became effective that will impact every physician practicing in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. These

Read more

The Perils of Prescribing Controlled Substances

As the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure’s (KBML) implementing regulations for House Bill 1 are now effective on an emergency

Read more

On the Enforcement Radar

Unlike the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (“OIG”) which publishes a Work Plan each year,

Read more