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What will happen with U.S. healthcare policy? No one knows, but one patient is worrying a little too much about the change from Obamacare to Trumpcare.

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No one wants to fire someone, but sometimes it needs to be done. Here are six instances where a firing is justified.

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Always make sure you are covered for various liability insurance blind spots before they become an issue.

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Physicians applying for a business loan for their practice should know what they are getting themselves into before starting the process.

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How high-deductibles and copays are straining, but also strengthening, the trust between doctors and patients.

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When you get out of residency, you have to make a few career defining decisions. You also have a lot of questions that will need to be answered.

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As Otto Von Bismarck once said, "If you like laws and sausages, you should never watch either one being made." That's true for new Safe Harbor regulations.

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Many practices don't address potential ergonomics issues until it's too late and someone has chronic pain or injury. This is a mistake.

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Hiring a relative is an easy way to fill an open position for many practices. Here are the reasons why NOT to do that.

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It can be hard to have conversations when patients are non-compliant or being given bad news. Here are some strategies to manage these exchanges.

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