March 17, 2015
The California Medical Association (CMA) Center for Legal Affairs is happy to announce the upcoming release of the updated California Physician's Legal Handbook (CPLH) for 2015. CPLH is the premier California health law publication with 46 chapters of comprehensive legal information, including current laws, regulations and court decisions related to the practice of medicine.
CPLH, available in a multi-volume print format, as an online subscription or a combination of print/online, is updated annually by CMA attorneys to include the most recent changes in health law. CPLH 2015 includes new and updated sections on several areas of California health law, including: accountable care organizations, electronic communication with patients, new rules on controlled substances disposal, hydrocodone rescheduling, and other physician licensing and practice issues.
The CPLH website features full search term capabilities using keywords, specific citations and court cases, as well as the ability to save searches and easily email and download CPLH content. Updated content is available now for select chapters, with the remainder being updated very soon. A CPLH website subscription comes with access for five individual users. (Additional users can be added for a nominal fee).
Preorder your print copy or subscribe online by April 15 and save 10 percent. Physicians are reminded that most of the CPLH content is available FREE to members inCMA's online health law library.
For more information, visit www.cplh.org or call (800) 786-4262.