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Ron Herman partner with Herman Law. Ron Herman partner with Herman Law.

On July 1, Florida addiction recovery homes, and potentially health care providers in general, that thought they had legal referral arrangements may need to think again. Why? Florida House Bill 369 (HB). The intent of HB 369 was to strengthen Florida laws on patient brokering and target bad actors fueling the opioid crisis and the so-called “sober homes.” The bill covers a plethora of topics that range from substance abuse treatment, recovery, patient brokering/deceptive marketing practices and peer specialists. The revisions to the Patient Brokering Act may affect a lot of business relationships that were previously considered exceptions to the act and classified under a safe-harbor provision.

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