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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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Medicare finalizing coverage policy for coronavirus vaccine
Posted on Tuesday October 27, 2020

The coming announcement from CMS aims to align the time-consuming process for securing Medicare coverage of a new treatment with the rapid campaign to have a coronavirus vaccine ready for initial distribution once it is ready.

Medical licensing reform sought to support telehealth growth, help fight pandemics
Posted on Saturday October 24, 2020

The pandemic may have marked the beginning of the end of state physician licensure, if telehealth proponents get their way.

California won't allow virus vaccines without state approval
Posted on Tuesday October 20, 2020

The pledge raises the possibility that California residents might not receive a vaccine as distribution begins in other states, though the governor said widespread vaccinations are unrealistic until sometime next year.

Healthcare groups dive into property tax ballot fight, eyeing public health money
Posted on Monday October 19, 2020

A November ballot initiative to raise property taxes on big-business owners in California is drawing unconventional political support from healthcare power players and public health leaders.

Law requiring Kentucky abortion clinics have agreements with hospitals upheld
Posted on Saturday October 17, 2020

A federal appeals court has upheld a decades-old Kentucky law requiring abortion clinics to have written agreements with a hospital and an ambulance service in case of medical emergencies.

 

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