Attorney Profiles


    Donald R. Moy - Of Counsel
    DMoy@DrLaw.com


    Former Senior Vice President, and General Counsel to the Medical Society of the State of New York for over 25 years. He is a recognized speaker on Healthcare law. Mr. Moy has authored numerous articles and has served as co-editor of the Legal Manual for New York Physicians (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th editions) published by the New York State Bar Association in collaboration with the Medical Society of the State of New York. Albany Law School, J.D.; City College of NY, B.A.; Admitted to practice 1977.

Articles by this attorney

To Avoid Reduction in Medicare Payment in 2019 - You Must Act Quickly In 2017!

The Non-Profit Revitalization Act of 2013: What You Need to Know

Overtime Pay Final Rule’s Salary Level Test Revised; Effective December 31, 2016

Overtime Pay Final Rule Effective December 1, 2016 Will Result in More Employees Entitled to Overtime Pay

Final Section 1557 Rule Nondiscrimination in Health Care Programs and Activities

Doctor Beware: Regulation of Controlled Substances

What Physicians Should Know About the Registration and Renewal Process

Effect of Exclusion from Participation in Federal Health Care Programs

Duty Of Employer To Engage In Interactive Process When Employee With Disability Requests An Accommodation

Physician Alert: Opmc To Bring Charges To 12 Ny Physicians For Failing To Update Physician Profile

The Sunshine Law: Part Two

Payment Disclosures Under the Sunshine Law is the Forecast Cloudy?, June 2012

NY Supreme Court Upholds Authority of Comptroller to Audit Doctor, January 2012

MSSNY Files Amicus Curiae Brief - NYS Comptroller Has No Authority to Audit Private Medical Practice, June 2011

Is the Routine Waiver of Patient Out-of-Pocket Costs Fraud?, June 2011

The Wage Theft Prevention Act - New Wage Notice Requirements for Employers, April 2011

Accountable Care Organizations - The FTC, CMS and OIG Perspective, February 2011

What is Clinical Integration and Why Is It So Important?, February 2011

CMS Final Rule – Written Disclosure Requirement for In-Office Ancillary Services Exception to the Prohibition on Physician Self Referral for MRI, CT and PET Services – Effective January 1, 2011, January 2011

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