Liles Parker PLLC - Washington, District Of Columbia 20007

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2233 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest #210 Washington
District of Columbia 20007

(202) 298-8750







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NW Wisconsin Av & NW Hall Pl - 75 feet north east

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A full-service law firm focusing on health law, business transactions and regulatory compliance.

Liles Parker PLLC represents clients in a wide variety of health law, business transaction, mergers and acquisitions and other complex civil litigation.

Liles Parker is a full service law firm that focuses its practice in health law, regulatory matters, business transactions, famiy law, and mergers and acquisitions. We have offices in Washington, D.C., Baton Rouge, LA, Houston, TX and San Antonio, TX, and serve our clients nationwide. We offer a variety of legal and counseling services, and have the depth and expertise to handle a myriad of issues.

Legal Industry, Health Care Law, Equity Financing, M&a, Regulatory Issues, Family Matters.

Liles Parker PLLC is located in the Washington area of District of Columbia. There are at least 7 other listings in the 20007 postcode area.

Lawyers in District of Columbia 20007

Number of Employees: 11-50

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Are you prepared in case of a whistleblower situation? First Healthcare Compliance Free Complimentary Webinar with Paul Weidenfeld, Esq. And Robert Liles, J.D., M.S., M.B.A. Register Here
9/26/2017 10:30:00 PM
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Robert Liles talking about Legal and Regulatory Issues in Interventional Pain Management #businessofpain #NSPCBOP2017 #IPM
9/17/2017 3:07:19 PM
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Day 2 #businessofpain #NSPCBOP2017 #IPM
9/16/2017 1:10:58 PM
Liles Parker
(June 28, 2017): In March 2016, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published “CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain – United States, 2016” [1] in an effort to address the seemingly ever-increasing deaths that have been attributed to opioid-related overdose. A number of states have passed legislation or enacted regulatory provisions designed to better safeguard patients from abuse and the public from illegal diversion. [ 1,805 more word ]
6/30/2017 11:27:21 PM
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(June 26, 2017): Deaths resulting from a drug overdose have grown considerably in recent years. The results of a study published in “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report” by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 63.1% of the overdose-related deaths in 2015 involved opioids. Notably, this was a significant increase from the 60.9% figure recorded in 2014. [ 1,484 more word ]
6/29/2017 4:45:46 PM
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(June 29, 2017): It has been estimated that from 1999 to 2014, more than 165,000 persons died from an overdose of opioid medications in the United States. Researchers also noted that during this same time period, sales of opioids increased in proportion to the rise in deaths resulting from an opioid-related overdose. In an effort to better protect patients from opioid abuse and the public from illegal opioid diversion, state and federal agencies have ramped up their audit and investigation efforts of physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, podiatrist and dentist opioid prescribing practices. [ 1,427 more word ]
6/29/2017 1:07:28 PM
Liles Parker
(June 28, 2017): The Medicare program is enormous. As of 2016, more than 56 million individuals participated in the program, with more than 10,000 additional individuals enrolling in the program each day. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is the agency responsible for managing this costly program. To direct this $640 billion program, CMS has engaged a number of private companies to handle practically every aspect of the administrative claims submission, payment and audit process. [ 2,342 more words ]
6/28/2017 5:55:43 PM
Liles Parker
June 23, 2017): Opioid audits of pain management physicians and practices are on the rise. As the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), noted in its report “High Part D Spending o Opioids and Substantial Growth in Compounded Drugs Raise Concerns,” 30% of Medicare beneficiaries have at least one prescription for opioids and the median number of prescriptions received per beneficiary each year is five. [ 1,557 more word ]
6/25/2017 2:00:04 PM
Liles Parker
(June 21, 2017): The federal False Claims Act is the primary civil enforcement tool used by the U.S. Department of Justice to fight fraud committed against government programs by individuals and entities. Often referred to as “Lincoln’s Law,” the statute was first enacted in 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, to combat the wrongful conduct of government contractors. Under the whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act, an individual (also known as a “relator”) with knowledge of a fraud against the government, can essentially step into the shoes of the government and file a case, under seal, on behalf of the government, in the name of, the United States. [ 1,047 more word ]
6/20/2017 11:38:12 PM
Liles Parker
(June 2, 2017): As the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Inspector General (OIG), signaled in both its 2016 and 2017 Work Plans, the government is concerned about the rapid growth they are seeing in the number of physician home services billed to the Medicare program. In order to qualify for coverage and patient, physicians providing this type of care are required to document why it is medically necessary to conduct a home visit of a patient in lieu of an office or outpatient visit. [ 1,414 more word ]
6/20/2017 6:52:24 PM

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