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The Risk Of Federal Mail And Wire Fraud Charges When Sharing Marketing Commissions With Patients

Categories: Health Care Law

Experienced Defense Attorneys Fighting Mail and Wire Fraud Charges on Behalf of Clients Across the US Dr. Nick Oberheiden Attorney-at-Law Recent federal government investigations that our attorneys are involved in as defense counsel demonstrate that the Department of Justice is actively investigating medical marketing companies that have either shared earned commissions or paid flat fees…

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The Pitfalls Of Paying Marketing Fees To Patients

Categories: Health Care Law

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Defense Attorneys Representing Medical Marketers Accused of Violating Federal Laws Oberheiden Law Group, PLLC Former DOJ-Prosecutors & Health Care Law Defense Counsel Is it legal for medical marketers to pay beneficiaries to incentivize the patient to select a particular provider, prescription, or medical service? Does it make any difference if the patient is part of…

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Is It Legal For Medical Marketers To Pay Patients?

Categories: Health Care Law

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Legal Expertise and Defense for Healthcare Professionals Accused of Patient Bribery Oberheiden Law Group, PLLC Former DOJ-Prosecutors & Health Care Law Defense Counsel The Oberheiden Law Group PLLC represents medical marketers and business owners accused of patient bribery in a number of federal investigations across the United States. Most of our clients find out that…

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Who Are The Targets Of Medicare Fraud Investigations In Houston?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Defense Attorneys Serving Medical Professionals Targeted for Medicare Fraud Investigations in Houston Oberheiden Law Group, PLLC Former Prosecutors & Defense CounselEffective Defense Strategies for: Physicians, Business Owners, Marketers, Health Care Providers, Home Health & Hospice Agencies, DME Companies, Laboratories, Pharmacies, and Hospitals.Call Attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden Directly: (214) 469-9009 Anyone in the medical field in…

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What Are the Reporting Requirements under the Sunshine Act?

Categories: Health Care Law

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The Sunshine Act requires applicable manufacturers to report payments or other transfers of value to physicians or teaching hospitals, as well as ownership and investment interests held in the company by physicians and their immediate family members.  See 42 U.S.C. § 1320a-7h. Important Terminology The key to understanding the requirements under the Sunshine Act is…

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