Telemedicine use has skyrocketed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With health care providers adapting to the new norms to serve their patients, they can open themselves up to unexpected and unwanted attention from government regulators. In an article for Nashville Medical News, Bone McAllester Norton attorney and former Director of Litigation for the United States Attorney’s Office Henry Leventis provides simple, essential guidance for providers to minimize their risk of being audited or investigated. Click the link to read the full article and learn how to sidestep the potential legal pitfalls of the coronavirus telehealth surge.
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Former federal prosecutor and Director of Litigation for the United States Attorney’s Office in Nashville Henry Leventis has joined Bone McAllester Norton PLLC.
“Henry’s wealth of knowledge and years of experience make him a tremendous asset to our team,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “His diverse perspective and deep litigation experience will help us continue to build upon our practice areas and better serve our clients.”
Leventis will join former United States Attorney Ed Yarbrough in Bone McAllester Norton’s Criminal Defense and Government Investigations practice group. He will focus on white-collar criminal defense, civil government enforcement matters and internal investigations.
Leventis earned his bachelor’s degree from the College of Charleston and his J.D. degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law.