Danielle C. Gordet

Danielle Gordet focuses her practice on healthcare, including healthcare compliance, conflicts of interest, scope of practice issues, physician contracting, and regulations. Her ability to identify, investigate, and resolve complex issues in collaboration with healthcare administrators allows her to provide them with effective counsel in developing policies and procedures which reduce the risk of inappropriate conduct and prevent non-compliance. She also provides expertise on federal and state healthcare statutory and regulatory issues, including adherence to the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and licensure compliance.

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COVID-19: Florida Executive Order on Elective Healthcare Services

In an effort to preserve healthcare resources (e.g., personal protective equipment), limit potential contact with infected individuals, and free up healthcare practitioners to assist with those suffering from COVID-19, elective healthcare services must cease. Specifically, on March 20, 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-72 (available here), requiring all Florida licensed healthcare practitioners to immediately cease performing … Continue Reading

Florida Telehealth Updates

In response to the public health emergency declared in Florida on March 1, 2020, Florida loosened existing licensure and other telehealth requirements in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as outlined below.

However, unless specifically waived or relaxed by the Orders (as defined below), all current minimum practice requirements and standards of care for telehealth services set forth under F.S.A. §456.47 … Continue Reading

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