Healthcare Hacks

Diana J. P. McKenzie discusses the cybersecurity challenges facing hospitals today in this article by Kenna Simmons, published in the December 2019 issue of Georgia Trend.

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Compounding Pharmacy’s Pricing Drives $1.2M False Claims Pact

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on October 3, 2018.

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Doctor vs. Doctor: Is All Fair in Love and Whistleblower?

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr and Matt Phifer, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on September 6, 2018.

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False Claims/Medical Assistant Banned From Federal Programs for Decade

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on May 15, 2018.

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Georgia Looks to Ease Regulations on Struggling Rural Hospitals

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on May 3, 2018.

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Opioid-Dispensing Pharmacists to Pay $5M Penalty to Community

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on October 31, 2017.

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Non-profit Hospital Reorganizations

Chapter by T. Mills Fleming published in Georgia Hospital Law Manual for 2005, 2011, and 2017.

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A Prescription for Struggling Hospitals

In this article for the Daily Report, health care attorney Mills Fleming discusses the difficulties facing hospitals and how hospital managers can deal with them.

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Community Health Needs Assessment Requirements for Tax-Exempt Hospitals

This member briefing for the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) discusses Internal Revenue Code § 501(r) and the provisions of the Final Rule. The Final Rule imposes specific obligations on hospitals and provides clarity with respect to the IRS’ expectations and enforcement priorities.

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