On June 28, 2021, Partner and Chair of the Healthcare and Pharmacy Law Practice, Steve Polyakov authored the Law360 article, "Navigating New York Laws on Corporate Practice of Medicine." The article discusses the legal implications of New York laws affecting professional medical corporations and physicians licensed in New York. Steve addresses the legal framework surrounding ownership of healthcare-related businesses and the requirements that professional medical practices must have shareholders licensed to practice medicine in the state of New York, to avoid the risk of having the shares declared void. This legal context pertains to other areas for medical businesses, including fee arrangements and practice management with non-medical professionals.
In light of court decisions that have clarified non-medical professionals' role within the healthcare-related business, Steve notes, "The evolution of the health care industry requires professionals to constantly tailor their respective practices to adapt to the changing environment."
Read the full article here.
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