Health care partner Michael Lampert (Boston) and corporate associate Richard Harris (New York) co-authored an article published on May 15 by Bio-IT World that discusses the return on investment of health care compliance.
The authors explain that health entrepreneurs and health-focused investors seeking to scale quickly may be tempted to view compliance programs as a luxury item to address when the business is more mature. But that fails to view compliance in its fullest form—which is ongoing confirmation that a business is on a sound track, and developing a reliable revenue model.
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