An article in the April issue of Healthcare Risk Management, “Patient and Family Complaints Require Careful Response,” highlights ways that healthcare organizations can address patient and family complaints in a professional and courteous way to avoid further escalation. Rivkin Radler partner Eric Strober was quoted in the article.

“Healthcare professionals should be

The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced that a federal grand jury has charged two pharmacy owners, a mother-daughter duo from South Florida, with healthcare fraud, wire fraud, and payment of kickbacks in exchange for patient referrals.

According to the indictment, the pharmacy entered into sham contracts with marketing and telemedicine companies that disguised the

On July 21, Amazon confirmed that it intends to acquire One Medical for approximately $3.9 billion in an all-cash transaction. One Medical is a membership-based, technology-driven, primary care and telehealth organization with about 767,000 members as of the end of March 2022. The deal strengthens Amazon’s growing connections to the healthcare sphere, as the e-commerce

Rivkin Rounds has been “YOUR PRESCRIBED DOSE OF HEALTH LAW NEWS” on Rivkin Radler’s website and in social media for almost three years, but today we graduate to LexBlog and our own URL! I’ve been condensing healthcare industry doings into bite-size pieces for 10+ years, including my pre-Rivkin existence, and other than the new platform