The foundation of Campanella Law Office, LLC is based upon a lifetime of experience in a small business/health care family. It was established with the single purpose of assisting both health care professionals, small business owners, and individuals with their daily transactional, business, and real estate needs and it did not take long to build a national reputation for achieving unparalleled results. The Firm consists of Ms. Campanella as well as an incredible panel of Of Counsel attorneys and Consultants. With over a decade of exclusive experience in business, health care and real estate law, this boutique office is passionate about its work and fully equipped to provide its clients with a variety of services federally and throughout New Jersey, New York, Vermont and Pennsylvania.
Campanella Law Office is pleased to offer comprehensive educational events for its clients, colleagues and various societies, associations and groups in the community and nationwide. Our presentations are interactive and informative and can be tailored to your specific audience size, presentation preferences and group needs. Ms. Campanella is a nationally respected specialist, educator and lecturer who dedicates herself to educating health care professionals, small businesspersons, and real estate investors on issues of business development and administration, business transactions, real estate transactions, and regulatory compliance. Please contact Campanella Law Office to schedule a live presentation or webinar for your conference, educational program, meeting or event. Presentations are available on many topics in our areas of practice and we are always happy to generate a new topical presentation based upon your group’s interests.
Earlier this month, with the passing of its budget, New York became the 25th state to grant full and independent practice authority to nurse practitioners (NPs). Intended to promote access to care, help attract and retain nurses, and address healthcare disparities among different communities, the new legislation eliminates regulatory barriers that many have argued are unnecessary and antiquated.
Up until recently, NPs were required to maintain a written practice agreement with a physician within their speciality area. Within the context of that agreement, physicians would periodically review patient records and were needed to make referrals, order diagnostic test, and prescribe medication, among other things. Physicians were also granted the final word on disagreements about patient care. NPs with more than 3,600 hours of practice operated under only slightly less restrictive circumstances; requiring the maintenance of a collaborative relationship with a physician.