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CMS proposes long-awaited draft guidance on co-located hospitals

On May 3, 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued draft manual guidance(1) for surveyors evaluating whether hospitals that are co-located with other hospitals...

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Blockchain and the consumer industry: recent developments and predictions for 2019
Registered Content

Blockchain is posed to bring many challenges and opportunities to the consumer industry and, here, we review some of the main trends that lie in store this year

Hogan Lovells Publications

Consumer Horizons 2019

Published Works

On Governance: How will blockchain technology change organizational governance? The Conference Board

On Governance is a series of guest blog posts from corporate governance thought leaders. The series, which is curated by the Governance Center research team, is meant to serve as a way to...

Published Works

No VIP treatment: ACOs should not get waiver protection from the prohibition on beneficiary inducement Vanderbilt Law Review

Accountable care organizations (ACO) require flexibility from the existing health care fraud and abuse framework. This flexibility includes a waiver from the prohibition on beneficiary...

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Strengthening the exemption process to obtain non-medical vaccine exemptions for children Public Health Law Research Conference

Soraya Ghebleh suggests that by making non-medical exemptions for childhood vaccines more difficult to obtain, rates of childhood diseases like pertussis would be less of a threat.

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Improving the public health despite constitutional impediments: How state attorneys general can and do effect legally sustainable change in public health policy National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute

It is unsurprising, given that State Attorneys General typically enjoy the broad right and responsibility of "exercise[ing] all such authority as the public interest requires," that...

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