Crisis

FCA Puts Healthcare in DOJ Crosshairs

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October 24, 2017

FCA Puts Healthcare in DOJ Crosshairs

Media coverage of violations under the False Claims Act– a regulation guiding corporate behavior enacted back in 1863 – may […]

Public Affairs

Taking the Sting out of Obamacare Repeal

Posted on
January 30, 2017

Taking the Sting out of Obamacare Repeal

Whoever coined the phrase “like taking candy from a baby” must not be a parent. As anyone who has ever […]

Public Affairs

Are Tightened FDA Rules for Antibiotics Enough?

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January 11, 2017

Are Tightened FDA Rules for Antibiotics Enough?

On January 1, a set of long-awaited rules implemented by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) targeting antibiotic abuse on […]

Public Affairs

Pharma’s Not-So-Lame Duck Session

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December 5, 2016

Pharma’s Not-So-Lame Duck Session

Washington – and much of the politically aware public – is keenly focused on President-elect Trump™’s cabinet selections. But quietly, […]

Public Affairs

Healthcare Reform. Again?

Posted on
October 31, 2016

Healthcare Reform. Again?

It™’s a DC parlor game, and it has started all over again: What will the next President do in his […]

Crisis

Martin Shkreli and the High Price of Narcissism

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March 3, 2016

Martin Shkreli and the High Price of Narcissism

In one sense, it would have been hard to expect anything other than the narcissistic, antagonistic performance Martin Shkreli offered […]

Social

Maintaining Temperature, Maintaining Trust

Posted on
July 6, 2015

Maintaining Temperature, Maintaining Trust

In this article published on FreshLoc.com, I explore the importance of healthcare technology companies communicating trust to patients and consumers. Read […]