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Behind The Podcast: The Painful Discovery of the Basics of Med Spa Compliance

This video was originally published on the Access+ portal for ByrdAdatto Access+ members. Enjoy this free access to for exclusive behind the podcast.   In this first episode of season one of the Legal 123s with ByrdAdatto, Partners Brad Adatto and Michael Byrd are joined by special guest, Alex Thiersch, founder of the American Medical […]

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Happy Birthday Kita McCray!

Today, ByrdAdatto celebrated our attorney Kita McCray’s birthday by surprising her with breakfast from Chick-fil-A!  Join us in wishing Kita a happy birthday!

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Texas Medical Board Proposes Requiring All Facilities That Offer Nonsurgical Medical Cosmetic Procedures to Post a Notice

The Texas Medical Board (“TMB”) recently published a proposed change to the Nonsurgical Medical Cosmetic Procedures delegation rule, known as section 193.17 that would require every facility that provides nonsurgical medical cosmetic procedures to post a notice in each public area and treatment room. The new rule would require every facility to provide the name and […]

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Florida Office Surgery Reforms Pass House and Senate

A recent news article features shocking reports of patient injury and death at dishonest Florida plastic surgery clinics. These stories are heartbreaking to read. They include young children losing their mother, mothers losing their daughters, and people forced to live with pain and disfigurement because of complications from improperly performed procedures. The article calls out […]

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Brad Adatto and Bala Mohan to present “Medical Advertising 101 – What You Can and Can’t Say When Advertising Your Med Spa”

On Wednesday, May 8, 2019, Brad Adatto and Bala Mohan will present a webinar entitled “Medical Advertising 101 – What You Can and Can’t Say When Advertising Your Med Spa.” They will cover rules and regulations at the federal and state levels that can affect or restrict the content of medical spa advertising and how […]

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Is Independent Practice For NP’s Coming to California?

A new bill introduced in California would allow nurse practitioners (NPs) to practice without the need for physician supervision. Many states have already passed laws granting NPs independent practice authority, but California, which has long been at the forefront of developing medical regulations, has thus far not followed suit. This may change with the proposed bill, […]

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