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6339 Charlotte Pike #592
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
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>>A Health Care, Privacy, & Employment Law Firm - Focus Law Firm has been serving Arizona and Tennessee since 2016. Our firm concentrates on Health Care (notably Senior Living Institutions), Privacy (United States and EU), and Employment Law matters (from Hiring to Firing). Please look through our site for further information, or please contact us.

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Trump drug plan would make providers responsible for negotiating discounts
Posted on Wednesday November 25, 2020

If drugmakers don't voluntarily lower prices, providers have to choose whether to offer the drug at a financial loss.

States impose new rules, plead with public to stop spread
Posted on Tuesday November 24, 2020

Around 83,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized with COVID-19. Infections have led to a shortage of hospital beds and healthcare workers, and they threaten non-COVID-19-related surgeries and other care.

CMMI announces participants of Primary Care First model
Posted on Friday November 20, 2020

The Primary Care First Model will begin in January 2021 with 916 primary-care practices participating along with 37 payers.

CMS will sunset first Medicare consumer tools in December
Posted on Tuesday November 17, 2020

CMS launched a redesigned website in September but kept the original Compare tools as part of a transition period.

COVID-19 public health emergency declaration set to expire on Inauguration Day
Posted on Friday November 13, 2020

The declaration is tied to regulatory flexibilities and extra funding for states and healthcare providers.