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Daniel M. Lindenberg

Daniel M. Lindenberg

Daniel M. Lindenberg is a member of the healthcare group of the law firm, Halloran & Sage LLP, where he advises a wide range of private physician practices and other providers with mergers, fraud and abuse, and Medicare, Medicaid and HIPAA compliance.  He also works closely with physicians and nurses on ethics committees and institutional review boards of local hospitals. E-mail him here.

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HHS' Office of Inspector General reiterates antipathy towards some physician arrangements that carve out federal referrals.

The OIG deems PODs to be inherently suspect under the Anti-Kickback Statute, so physicians should take note.

It's a good time for medical practices to review their de-identification methods to avoid a potential HIPAA violation under recently released rules.

Here's guidance on how to avoid violating HIPAA when it comes to de-identification of protected health information.

If you have an arrangement with a hospital for on-call coverage that is paid per diem, take a close look at the agreement so you don't violate federal law.

As part of a False Claims Act settlement, medical practices may enter into a corporate integrity agreement. Here's your guide to what that may entail.

Here's a breakdown of the federal government's HIPAA audit procedures and how your office can be prepared.

Physicians and staff may have to spend extra time to reduce the potential of fraud and abuse from durable medical equipment prescriptions.

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