Thanksgiving Car Accidents Happen, Chicago Injury Lawyer Michael Favia

7 Reasons Thanksgiving Car Accidents Happen

7 Reasons Thanksgiving Car Accidents Happen Call Chicago Injury Attorney Michael Favia if you are in a Thanksgiving car accident at (773) 631-4580. Put him in your phone under “injury lawyer” because you just never know when it can happen. Bang! You are rear-ended on the Kennedy Expressway. No big deal, just minor body damage, […]

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Michael V. Favia, AV® Preeminent™ Attorney by Martindale-Hubbell®

The Highest Possible Rating in Both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards For more than 130 years, lawyers have relied on the AV® Preeminent™ Rating while searching for their own expert attorneys. Now you too can look to this important, trusted rating when choosing an attorney. The Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Preeminent™ Rating is the highest possible rating […]

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Healthcare comprehensive marketing plans and best practices with Dorothy DiMedio

Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations with Dorothy DiMedio Our guest on this Healthcare Practice and Consultant’s podcast, brought to you by healthcare law firm of Michael V. Favia & Associates is Ms. Dorothy DiMedio, from Center Stage Marketing and we are talking about healthcare  marketing and public relations, and how to plan and execute an […]

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Pill mills - Investigations and consequences

Pill mills: Investigations and consequences

Pill mills: Investigations and consequences Pain clinics are abundant in many states and so are pill mills. In New York, Ohio and Chicago recent pill mill investigations caused raids and arrests of doctors and staff complicit in running pill mills where the doctors write prescriptions for pain narcotics like they are giving out candy at […]

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IDFPR: Healthcare licensing podcast with Michael V. Favia

  Today’s podcast interview with healthcare law and licensing attorney Michael V. Favia, focuses on the key purpose and functions of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Doctors, nurses, dentists and similar healthcare professionals should know what to do when communicating with the IDFPR in the event of complaints and disciplinary matters. Illinois […]

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A physician shortage is a complex concept with many moving variables

Among healthcare industry professionals, a national physician shortage is frequently debated. The rising costs of education and medical malpractice premiums are frequent scapegoats. The Illinois physician community is one where young doctors are asked whether they will remain and practice or seek a in a nearby state, something easier to do with the multi-state licensure […]

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Valuing and selling your dental practice with Michael Erin

  Today’s interview with Michael Erin, a dental valuation and practice consultant and broker, focuses on how Dentists prepare for retirement and a succession plan for the transition and sale of the work and interest in their dental practice. Topics covered in this 30-minute interview: About Progressive Management and dental brokerage generally; Preparing for retirement, when to […]

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Illinois is a principal license designate state for the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

Until recently passed legislation, Illinois was not a state of principal license designate for physicians for purposes of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) issued a statement on the process in a press release: “Physicians may now elect Illinois as a ‘State of Principal Licensure’ as part […]

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Michael V. Favia is listed among 2017 Leading Lawyers

CHICAGO – This year’s list of Chicago’s Leading Lawyers as published in the Leading Lawyers publication names health law, licensing and litigation attorney, Michael V. Favia , who was selected for the honor and designation appearing among Leading Lawyers in Chicago. The peer review and selection process assures that named Leading Lawyers are top lawyers […]

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Full practice authority: Illinois nurses empowered by new law

House Bill 313 amends the Illinois Nurse Practice Act with the addition of certain practice definitions and guidelines for certain nurses in a path to full practice authority, making better use of the education and hours of experience held by nurse professionals in their advancing career paths.

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