Estate Planning Podcast for Healthcare Professionals with Chase Gentile

Estate Planning Podcast for Healthcare Professionals with Chase Gentile

Estate Planning for All Healthcare Professionals This is the Illinois Healthcare Practice and Consultants Podcast. Our guest is attorney Chase Gentile, a transactional attorney who focuses on estate planning, probate, and residential real estate transactions. Sponsored by the Chicago healthcare law firm of Michael V. Favia & Associates. Why do people wait until they take […]

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PODCAST: Appealing adverse final rulings in healthcare discipline, discharge and termination

Today’s podcast interview with attorney Michael Cohen, focuses on his work with attorney Michael Favia in defending healthcare professionals and appealing adverse decisions from any state agency final ruling affecting involving discipline, discharge and terminations. There are many compelling reasons to file an appeal of a ruling affecting your healthcare career. Attorneys Cohen and Favia […]

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Facing challenges in documenting medical care

Every healthcare professional knows that, at some point in their medical practice, they may be called on to defend patient care. When time passes and our ability to accurately recall information is diminished we should be able to rely on documentation of events to answer questions. There are practices you can adopt that can make […]

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Will a DUI arrest and conviction affect my physicians or nursing license?

Michael V. Favia and Associates, P.C., works with physicians and health care professionals who are arrested and face conviction for DUI, helping clients mitigate the damage to their license and future health care career.

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Murder conviction: Doctor gets 30 years, patient drugs overprescribed

In a landmark legal decision earlier this month, the doctor convicted by a jury for second-degree murder of patients was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.[i] The doctor allegedly overprescribed drugs to patients. In response to the landmark decision and murder conviction, the medical community may change the rules and protocols for managing […]

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