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Charged MD could also be expert

A physician facing the Virginia Board of Medicine had the right to appear as an expert, the Virginia Court of Appeals said on March 14, but the board’s violation of that right did not spare the doctor from a sanction ...

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Virginia charts a pathway for ocular telehealth

By Michele Satterlund As technology innovations contin­ue to change the healthcare land­scape, Virginia’s policymakers have established a framework that expands access to ocular health­care while putting in place stan­dards to protect eye care patients. Senate Bill 1321, introduced by Sen. ...

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Who needs a jury?

As the nation’s courts wrestle with rules for nursing home arbitration agreements, one Virginia lawyer says he’s making arbitration work for his clients in nursing home cases. Not all his colleagues are on board, however. The issue is a familiar ...

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