We help medical spas start their business, complete any transactions with their business, protect their license, sell their business, hire and fire workers and maintain compliance with board rules, Minnesota law and Federal law.
In Minnesota, medical spas are regulated by a number of different boards, depending on the exact services provided. These boards include the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice, the Minnesota Board of Cosmetology and generally also any board for which a licensed professional is engaged with the medical spa.
Medical Spas are regulated in part by the following rules:
In addition,fee splitting is often a subject that is misunderstood by physicians involved in medical spas and their agents. It is largely defined in Minnesota under Minn Rule 5620, but there may also be federal law considerations if the physician is accepting medicare or medicaid funding.
Physicians involved with medical spas should also take note of the endless amount of administrative rules that can suspend or revoke a physician’s license if violated. These are listed under Minn Stat 147.091. This includes language as broad and ambiguous as “conduct likely to harm the public.”
Often times physicians will partner with other professionals to form a multidisciplinary clinic. The Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine, as well as fee splitting laws and the Minnesota Professional Firms Act are all considerations that need to be considered in these arrangements.
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