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The Healthcare Neutral Blog will share ideas and developments in alternative dispute resolution, healthcare business and law.

The Third Circuit Won’t “Rubber Stamp” An Arbitrator’s Decision

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals decided a case on December 30, 2019 reaffirming the prevailing standard of judicial review applicable to arbitrators’ decisions.

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Healthcare Arbitration Is Faster Than Going To Court

Speed is one of the primary advantages of resolving a healthcare dispute by arbitration rather than through the courts…

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Protected Health Information in Mediation and Arbitration – Best Practices

I just listened in on a conference call presentation on Protected Health Information (“PHI”) in mediation and arbitration. It covered best practices for dealing with the potential disclosure of confidential patient information inherent in many healthcare disputes while navigating the requirements of HIPAA and other laws…

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Telehealth – Legal And Practical Challenges – To Be Covered At Health Law Meeting Next Week

The provision of healthcare remotely by means of telecommunications technology – “telehealth” – is now a mainstream concept and growing rapidly….

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Disclosure Obligations And Repeat Players – What’s An Arbitrator To Do?

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that a JAMS arbitrator had an obligation to disclose his ownership interest in JAMS, a privately owned mediation and arbitration provider…..

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Court Says Parties Risk Waiver by Delaying Arbitration: Fish or Cut Bait

A case decided yesterday in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, illustrates the risk of delaying a demand for arbitration. Stevens v. Cappadora (Docket No. A-1717-18T1) involved a dispute arising from a joint venture…

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