New rules establish significant changes.
New regulations became effective late last year in Ohio, marking more change in the legal standards which control provider use of opiates for pain treatment. These regulations oust the previous law and combine standards for opiate use for non-acute pain while establishing changes to the provider approach to the use of these medications, as well as specific documentation requirements. Download this white paper for a review of these changes.
Eric J. Plinke
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Eric J. Plinke is a shareholder with Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLP. Mr. Plinke counsels corporate and individual clients regarding health care law issues. He has counseled clients in practice formation and acquisition, joint ventures, contract review and preparation, compliance programs, HIPAA privacy regulations, and Stark law and anti-kickback statute analysis. Mr. Plinke has also has successfully represented both entities and providers in credentialing and medical staff matters and third-party payor audits, and he has significant experience representing providers in regulatory investigations and hearings. He has litigation experience in administrative hearings and appeals, medical malpractice and professional negligence, HMO liability and health care provider disputes. Mr. Plinke is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, frequently lectures on health care topics and is a member of numerous professional organizations. He earned a B.A. degree at Hanover College and a J.D. degree at The University of Toledo College of Law.
Daniel S. Zinsmaster
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
- Currently Of Counsel in the Health Care Law Practice Group at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
- Recently elected to partner, effective January 1, 2018
- Extensive experience in the health care arena, particularly administrative and disciplinary proceedings, as well as regulatory investigations and compliance
- Prior to joining Dinsmore, practiced for nearly seven years with the State Medical Board of Ohio, advising Board members and agency personnel on issues related to the Medical Practices Act of Ohio, Chapter 119 Administrative Procedures, and federal rules and regulations implicating the area of health care
- Counsel hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practices and other providers through internal compliance investigations, government audits/investigations, voluntary disclosures and settlement negotiations with state and federal government agencies
- Member of the American Health Lawyers Association, Society of Ohio Healthcare Attorneys Association, American Bar Association (Health Law Section, Substance Use Disorders Task Force), Ohio State Bar Association (Health Law Committee, Administrative Law Committee), and Columbus Bar Association (Health Care Law Committee)
- J.D. degree, Capital University Law School, during which time clerked at the Legal Office of the Ohio Governor and the Business and Regulations Division of the Columbus City Attorney’s Office
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 614-628-6949
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