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Throughout his career, Florida Board-Certified Health Law Attorney Michael R. Lowe has contributed articles and chapters to numerous health care journals and publications:

"High Liability of Employers for their Employees’ Wrongful Use of Access Privileges to HIPAA Information"

"Business Associate Agreements and Compliance under HIPAA & HITECH - Not just for breakfast anymore"
(FMA Featured Story, October 2014)

"HIPAA Security Risks Assessments- Are you ready?"
(FMA Featured Story, September 2014)

"Medical Malpractice Caps Overturned by Supreme Court- How Does This Impact You?"
(FMA Featured Story, May 2014)

"Legal Health Records In Florida - A Guide to Statutes, Rules, Regulations addressing Paper and Electronic Medical Records,"
(A Publication of the Florida Health Information Management Association, Copyright 1987, Updated 2008)

"Medical Director Agreements: Doctor Beware"
( Dermatology Nursing, Anthony J. Janetti, Inc., March/April 2008)

"Proper Incident-To Billing: Avoiding Pitfalls That Could Paralyze Your Practice"
( Dermatology Nursing, Anthony J. Janetti, Inc., November/December 2007)

"Proper Incident-To Billing: Avoiding Pitfalls That Could Paralyze Your Practice"
( Executive Decisions in Dermatology, Association of Dermatology Administrators/Managers, November/December 2007)

"Medical Spas - Legal Considerations for Physicians"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., October 2007)

"Incident-To Billing: Small Mistakes Can Lead to Big Problems"
( Florida Medical Business, Industry Publishers, Inc., April 2007)

"Changes in Florida's Prompt Pay Laws and the Possible Effect on Physicians"
( Florida Medical Business, Industry Publishers, Inc., February 2007)

"Recent HMO Prompt Pay Ruling Could Help Florida Physicians"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., February 2007)

"CMS & OIG Release Final EHR & E-Prescribing Rules"
( EMpulse, Florida College of Emergency Physicians, November/December 2006)

"CMS & OIG Release Final EHR & E-Prescribing Rules"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., October 2006)

"Curbside Consult Q & A"
( Florida Medical Business, Industry Publishers, Inc., August 2006)

"New Medicare Rules from CMS"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., June 2006)

"Joint and Several Liability Repealed-Impact on Physicians"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., May 2006)

"Avoiding the Pitfalls of Electronic Medical Records"
( The Bulletin, Brevard County Medical Society, Spring/Summer 2006)

"Avoiding the Pitfalls of Electronic Medical Records"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., February 2006)

"Medical Director Agreements-Doctor Beware"
( EMpulse, Florida College of Emergency Physicians, September/October 2005)

"Medical Director Agreements-Doctor Beware"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., August 2005)

"Election Aftermath Part II: A Closer Look at Amendment 7"
( EMpulse, Florida College of Emergency Physicians, January/February 2005)

"Election Aftermath Part II: A Closer Look at Amendment 7"
( The Bulletin, Brevard County Medical Society, January 2005)

"Election Aftermath Part II: A Closer Look at Amendment 7"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., January 2005)

"Election Aftermath Part I: A Closer Look at Amendment 8"
( Newsletter, American College of Cardiology-Florida Chapter, December 2004)

"Election Aftermath Part I: A Closer Look at Amendment 8"
( Newsletter, Florida Orthopaedic Society, December 2004)

"Election Aftermath Part I: A Closer Look at Amendment 8"
( Newsletter, Indian River County Medical Society, December 2004)

"Florida Medical Malpractice Constitutional Amendment Update"
( Newsletter, Indian River County Medical Society, November 2004)

"Florida Medical Malpractice Constitutional Amendment Update"
( M.D. News Central Florida Edition, Sunshine Media, Inc., September 2004)

"Florida Medical Malpractice Constitutional Amendment Update"
( The Bulletin, Brevard County Medical Society, September 2004)

"Stark II Final Regulations and Their Potential Impact on Physicians"
( Newsletter, Indian River County Medical Society, July 2004)

"Stark II Final Regulations and Their Potential Impact on Physicians"
( The Bulletin, Brevard County Medical Society, Spring/Summer 2004)

"Exploring the Options: Can You Really Go Bare?"
( EMpulse, Florida College of Emergency Physicians, March/April 2003)

"Legal Considerations in Mass Casualty & Disaster Situations, Part I"
( EMpulse, Florida College of Emergency Physicians, February/March 2002)

"Stirring Muddled Waters: Are Physicians With Hospital Medical Staff Privileges Considered Employees Under Title VII or the ADA Act When Alleging an Employment Discrimination Claim?"
( DePaul University Journal of Health Care Law, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 119-164, 1996)

Books/Other Publications

"Legal Aspects of Retail Medicine," Chapter 10, pages 214-228 of A+ Marketing: Proven Tactics for Success, by Andrea T. Eliscu, B.S., R.N., Medical Group Management Association (2008)

"A Pocket Guide: Legal Issues Impacting Emergency Medicine," developed for the Florida College of Emergency Physicians (2005)

"The 10 Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make That May Lead to a Violation of Privacy," Chapter 5.5 of The Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make...and How to Avoid Them, edited by Steven Babitsky, Esq. & James Mangraviti, Jr., Esq., SEAK, Inc. (2005)

"The 10 Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make After They are Terminated," Chapter 10.9 of The Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make...and How to Avoid Them, edited by Steven Babitsky, Esq. & James Mangraviti, Jr., Esq., SEAK, Inc. (2005)

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