A New York federal court has adopted the multifactor test favored by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth and Eleventh Circuits to determine whether a defendant is the “sender” of a fax for purposes of Telephone Consumer Protection Act liability.
In another case involving agency liability, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that while the owner of a student debt is not per se liable for violations committed by a loan servicer it engages, it may be liable if an agency relationship exists based on traditional agency ...
Reversing dismissal of a purported class action under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held that an affirmative defense alleged by the defendant must be heard on the merits and that the trial court had erred by ruling the defense deprived the ...
The quest for scale has been a drumbeat in the provider healthcare sector for the past three to five years.
InCK, a new federal initiative, encourages healthcare providers and Medicaid agencies to think beyond medical services, supporting team-based care with family representation and focusing on children’s social and emotional development.
On May 8, the administration issued the much-anticipated final rule requiring drug manufacturers to disclose wholesale acquisition prices in their broadcast advertising.
Today, more than a third of U.S. healthcare payments are value based, up from 23% in 2015.
Prize promotions—such as sweepstakes, contests and giveaways—are popular and effective ways for healthcare organizations to attract, engage and retain customers; increase brand awareness; and, for nonprofits, raise funds.
In Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf has been laser-focused on solving the opioid epidemic that has hit the state so hard.
Keeping patients well informed is a core principle of American healthcare policy, and advertising plays an important role in getting important information out to the public.