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    Michael Kurs devotes himself to providing responsive and personal attention to the challenges visited upon his clients by state and federal agencies. He regularly represents for-profit and not-for-profit entities and licensed ...

Significant 2023 Connecticut Health Care Case Law
Significant 2023 Connecticut Health Care Case Law
DEA Extension of Telemedicine Flexibilities and Impact on CT Practitioners 
Significant 2022 Connecticut Health Law Cases
Gravel, Stethoscope and book
Short Staffing May Still be Hindering Health Care in Connecticut but OIG's Exclusion Authority Remains Alive and Well
Health Care Employees
Top 10 Connecticut Health Law Cases for 2021
Health Law Case
Connecticut Health Care Vaccine Mandates – Federal and State Update
The Federal No Surprises Act: 10 Things Connecticut Providers Should Know Now
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New Executive Order Imposes Vaccine Requirements on Connecticut Long-Term Care Facilities
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Connecticut Telehealth Version 2021 and Beyond
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Post-Public Health Emergency - Connecticut Pharmacy Limitation Changes
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Information Blocking FAQs – The April 5th Implementation Deadline Has Passed; What Providers Need to Know
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Are You a Hospital or Health Care System with No Poach Agreements?
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Competitor "No Poach Agreements" Can Lead to Criminal Prosecutions, Fines and Jail Time
Business Discussion
Health Care Billing Enforcement Not Stymied by COVID-19
Medical Bill
Attention Doctors, Dentists and Other Licensees -– 148 Thousand Plus Reasons to Renew Licenses and Permits on Time
Connecticut Poised to Continue Expanded Telehealth Services Into 2021
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Telemedicine-Medicaid Billing and Compliance: Not Just a Matter of Picking Up the Phone
Medical Bill
Is Connecticut Prepared for the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
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HIPAA Holiday Reminder for CT Providers
No Such Thing As A Free Lunch: A Compliance Warning on Lavish Entertainment and Bogus Educational Meetings

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