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    Programs that provide assistance for clinics, hospitals, provider networks, health maintenance organizations, home health care organizations, imaging centers, nursing homes, pharmacies and other organizations in the health care industry in need of legal advice or representation regarding legislative and regulatory issues, patient/resident issues, staff issues, certificates of need, third party payments, alternative health care delivery systems, licensing and accreditation, institutional review, policy and procedure development and implementation, physician contracts and compensation, Medicare and Medicaid compliance, and medical ethics issues such as withholding or withdrawing medical treatment. Health lawyers also provide legal services for organizations confronted with a health-related investigation or litigation; and offer support regarding a wide variety of operational issues such as medical records systems, HIPAA compliance, patient confidentiality, informed consent, physician recruitment, quality of care and utilization management. Some lawyers in this area may also represent patients.

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    Pennsylvania Health Law Project - Legal Advice Regarding Access to Public Health CareProvides free legal services and advocacy to Pennsylvanians having trouble accessing publicly funded health care coverage or services. Promotes access to public health insurance programs and services for persons with disabilities, the elderly and low-income.PHLP may provide free direct representation on appeals for those who are denied or terminated from enrollment in a publicly funded healthcare program or have a service denied, reduced, or terminated. PHLP acts as a consultant on health insurance coverage for the poor, individuals with disabilities, and the elderly, as as resource for public interest groups that serve the poor. DauphinPennsylvania Health Law Project - Harrisburg OfficePennsylvania Health Law Project
    Pennsylvania Health Law Project - Pittsburgh OfficeProvides free legal services and advocacy to Pennsylvanians having trouble accessing publicly funded health care coverage or services. Promotes access to public health insurance programs and services for persons with disabilities, the elderly and low-income.AlleghenyPennsylvania Health Law ProjectPennsylvania Health Law Project
    University of Pittsburgh School of Law - Health Law ClinicUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Law Health Law Clinic serves low-income individuals with health-related legal problems, including ones that prevent them from working and/or result in their losing access to health care.AlleghenyUniversity of Pittsburgh School of LawUniversity of Pittsburgh

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