Legal & Regulatory

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Legal Update: It's Not Easy to Deep-Six Deadwood Docs

Forcing out lower-producing physician-owners is fraught with risk.

Posted 04/06/17 | John H. Fisher, II, jfisher@ruderware.com | Post a comment

Compounding Pharmacy Owner Barry Cadden Acquitted of Murder

Jurors delivered a mixed verdict today in the trial of the former president of the New England Compounding Center.

Posted 03/22/17 | Post a comment

Bill Would Eliminate Medicare Co-Pays for Polyp Removal During Colonoscopies

Currently, screenings are covered, but Medicare bills patients for excisions.

Posted 03/13/17 | Post a comment

Former Head of Sales Testifies NECC President Knew His Company Was to Blame for Tainted Steroids Outbreak

Ron Ronzio told jurors that as soon as they got word that a patient was ill after being injected with an NECC steroid, president Barry Cadden "knew right away it was us."

Posted 03/06/17 | Post a comment

Bill Would Lift Moratorium on Construction and Expansion of Physician-Owned Hospitals

Texas Congressman continues to fight for repeal.

Posted 02/22/17 | Post a comment

Emails Show Barry Cadden Tried to Cover His Tracks After His Lab Shipped Contaminated Steroids

"No more fudging. No more BS. We must clean up all of our processes," NECC President Barry Cadden wrote in one email.

Posted 02/15/17 | Post a comment

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