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Under SubChapter III, section 12181. paragraph (7) (F) of the Americans With Disabilities act (ADA), a "professional office of a health care provider, hospital, or other service establishment;" is a public accommodation. Section 12182 (a) provides that: No individual shall be discriminated against on the basis of disability in the full and equal ...


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According to this HHS.gov web page: Under the HIPAA Privacy Rule, a covered entity must act on an individual’s request for access no later than 30 calendar days after receipt of the request. If the covered entity is not able to act within this timeframe, the entity may have up to an additional 30 calendar days, as long as it provides the individual – within ...


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You may, though you may have to be careful about that you say. Providing information about alternative medicine is legal in the US. You can read this article which addresses unapproved medications and therapies from a medical policy perspective, touching lightly on legislation. There are restrictions, enforced by the FDA and the FTC, on what you can sell and ...


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This is a duck You can label it a chicken if you like but you won’t fool anyone who knows about ducks. The FDA knows about diagnostic devices; calling it something else isn’t going to fool them.


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Assuming that this is in the US, 45 CFR 147.102 narrowly defines what are "fair premiums", and disallows higher premiums based on properties of an individual except for a few demographics such as age and address, and tobacco use. That only restricts charges "in accordance with §156.80 of this subchapter for health insurance coverage offered in ...


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