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|06/09/20||Risk Alert - Requirement During COVID-19: Prescription of Naloxone with Opioid
|05/21/20||Risk Alert - New Guidance on Elective Surgeries and Procedures
|03/27/20||Risk Alert - Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
|03/05/20||Risk Alert - COVID-19: Preparation for Medical Offices
|01/24/20||Risk Alert - 2019 Novel Coronavirus: Interim Guide for Healthcare Professionals
|12/14/19||Risk Alert-2019 MIPS Final Eligibility and New Medicare Card
|08/30/19||Risk Alert-Aid in Dying Act Temporary Restraining Order Lifted
|08/02/19||Risk Alert-Aid in Dying Act Temporary Restraining Order
|07/30/19||Risk Alert-Allergan Breast Implant Recall
|04/23/19||Risk Alert-Aid in Dying for Terminally Ill Act
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|Medical Record Release & Retention: Do You Know the Rules|
|2019 NJ Medicinal Marijuana Program Legislation||Download|
|Case Study: Heavy Fines and Penalties for Physician Offices Violating Anti-Kickback Statutes|
|New Law: Easier Access to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)|
|Telemedicine and Telehealth: Proposed NJ Regulation and Expanded Medicare Coverage|
|Pharmaceutical Modest Meal Limitations Lifted|
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