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Ericka L. Adler

Ericka L. Adler

Ericka L. Adler is a partner at the firm of Roetzel & Andress. Her primary practice focus is in the areas of regulatory and transactional healthcare law. Adler advises physicians and other providers regarding day-to-day practice management, physician contract matters, compliance and other business issues. E-mail her here.

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A recent case between a hospital and its former employee emphasizes the need for practices to make sure their handbook is not an accidental handbook.

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The 2017 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) Final Rule has been finalized and will take effect Jan. 1, 2017. Here's what you should know.

A recent study suggests that physicians differ in their approach to emotionally charged issues, like abortion, based on political affiliation.

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As acceptance of transgender members of society grows, so too do inquiries from physicians on how to respectfully treat transgender patients.

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Here are six things physician practices can do to stay HIPAA compliant and not get in trouble for a failed business associate agreement.

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A bad review from a patient can be difficult for a provider to resolve; here are four bits of wisdom to heed if it happens to you.

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Bringing on a new billing partner or renegotiating the agreement with your current one? Here are four tips that will help you plan for all scenarios.

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Does your patient have bed bugs and if so, can you refuse to offer them treatment? Our resident health lawyer, Ericka Adler answers this question.

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Physicians may want to record their patients or other parties. What should they know before they engage in such practices?

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How should practices formulate employment agreements for advanced practitioners? Here are a few things to consider.

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