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Fee Splitting: What You Need to Know

Fee Splitting: What You Need to Know

Fee splitting is defined as payment by a specialist to a third-party who referred a patient to that specialist. An easy example of this would be if I referred a friend of mine to my doctor and that doctor paid me as a way of saying thanks for that referral. The...

The Road So Far – 12 Years Thanks to All of You!

The Road So Far – 12 Years Thanks to All of You!

This month marks my twelve year anniversary of opening up my firm Rodin Legal, P.C. I never would have been able to do this, if not for all of you and your support – all the clients through the years, the referral sources and business associates of the firm and my...

Non-Disclosure Agreements – Who Should Sign Them?

Non-Disclosure Agreements – Who Should Sign Them?

When a practice decides to hire either an employee, independent contractor or even an unpaid intern, there is a high likelihood that those individuals will come into contact with confidential information, including information protected under the Health Insurance...

Independent Contractor or Employee – Which are you?

Independent Contractor or Employee – Which are you?

There are many times when health care practices may find it beneficial to have an independent contractor come into the practice who has specialized training in a particular field as opposed to hiring an employee.  If you are considering hiring an  employee, keep in...

No Surprises Act

No Surprises Act

The No Surprises Act is a new bill that came into effect in the beginning of 2022. It was enacted to protect patients who inadvertently receive care from an out-of-network provider that they did not choose on their own and as a result, these medical bills pose a...

Contracts – Amend or Not Amend?

Contracts – Amend or Not Amend?

During the course of employment, there are several reasons that an employer may require a change to an existing employee contract. The simplest way to address this is to provide an amendment to the contract, as opposed to an entirely new employment agreement. There...

Coronavirus: What Should Medical/Dental Practices Do?

At the time of this writing, New York has declared a state of emergency in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. There are some questions regarding what steps medical and dental practices can make moving forward during this period of unknown. Although New York has not...