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Texas DSO Registration Renewals Due January 31, 2019

The beginning of a new year in the dental community means it is time to renew your Dental Support Organization (“DSO”) registration with the Texas Secretary of State (“TXSOS”). Under Texas’s DSO registration program, all active DSO registrations expired on December 31, 2018 and must be renewed by January 31, 2019 to remain compliant. As […]

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SUPPORT Act: Why Laboratories Are Scratching Their Heads

Clinical laboratories are concerned with numerous regulatory issues when it comes to compliance, but with the recent passage of the SUPPORT Act, not only is there one more law but this one has left laboratories scratching their heads as to what it means. In an effort to combat the opioid crisis, President Trump signed into […]

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MedSpa Enforcement Continues in the Houston Area

Last month we covered an arrest of a Houston area LVN who was injecting Botox in a MedSpa (see original post here).  Now this past week saw a new development.  The first line of this story from the local ABC affiliate in Houston says it all: “A licensed cosmetologist is the latest person arrested in […]

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5 Key Details Every Plastic Surgeon Should Know About Their Employment Agreement

5 Key Details Every Plastic Surgeon Should Know About Their Employment Agreement The biggest concern that every young plastic surgeon typically has with their first employment agreement is compensation. Although this can be driving force on whether you decide to enter into the arrangement, it should not be the only driving force.  Most plastic surgeons […]

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Bradford E. Adatto to speak at ASAPS Residents’ Symposium in New York

Bradford E. Adatto will present at the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) Residents’ Symposium in New York City on December 8 – 9, 2018. The Symposium covers important legal and business considerations any cosmetic plastic surgeon must understand before opening or working for a medical practice. Brad will have several presentations, including information […]

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Alert: Illinois Proposes Rules Authorizing Full Practice Authority for Certain Advanced Practice Registered Nurses

In 2017, Illinois passed legislation allowing advanced practice registered nurses (“APRNs”) to apply for full practice authority. Nurses who qualify for full practice authority are able to practice independently without the collaboration or oversight of a physician in both their nursing and prescriptive practices. Although Governor Bruce Rauner signed the bill in late 2017 and […]

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