Orlando, Fla. - January 10, 2014 - Attorneys with The Health Law Firm delivered a lecture to Florida Hospital's family medicine residents and medical students. The lecture took place on Wednesday, December 11, 2013, at Florida Hospital East Orlando. The topic focused on professional behavior for healthcare professionals. Attorneys Christopher E. Brown and Lance O. Leider spoke on what it means to be a disruptive physician, and pitfalls of social media including possible HIPAA violations. The attorneys also identified acceptable and unacceptable professional behavior for healthcare providers. To reference the lecture, click here.This seminar is the second in a series that will be presented to Florida Hospital's Family Medicine Department by The Health Law Firm attorneys.With offices in Central Florida and Colorado, The Health Law Firm exclusively represents health care providers. Services provided by the firm include representation in Department of Health (DOH) investigations, reviewing and negotiating employment contracts, professional license and credential defense, representation at formal and informal administrative hearings, peer review defense, Medicare and Medicaid audits, formation of corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs), medical board hearings and other matters of Health Law.
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-30-About The Health Law FirmThe Health Law Firm was established in 1999, bringing together a team of experienced attorneys with decades of work in the legal and healthcare fields. With offices in Central Florida and Colorado, the firm represents healthcare providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, physicians, dentists, mental health professionals and other licensed health professionals and entities. For more information about The Health Law Firm, visit http://www.thehealthlawfirm.com.For additional information contact:
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