Five strategies to avoid a malpractice suit no matter where a physician practices medicine.
Summer vacations are a lot of fun, but travel presents various risks to your assets and safety. Here is what you need to know to protect yourself and your family.
It never hurts to ask whether you can get out of a medical device class action suit.
Five strategies for physicians to ensure patients continue their path to better health after leaving the hospital.
Physicians have a responsibility to uphold ethical standards and ensure the people they associate with do, too. Otherwise, they risk their reputation being tarnished by association—or worse.
In some ways, collecting directly from patients can be harder than dealing with payers. Here’s how to make it work.
Use your front desk wisely to prevent problems later in the billing cycle.
Short-staffed practices need to have a plan in place when they lose a doctor to preserve the practice operations and patient care.
Patient grievances about their visits to medical practices can be sorted into three categories that require action by all employees.
Imagine: the freedom to care for patients the way you want to, not the way insurance mandates or regulations require.
In order to avoid a suit by an unhappy patient, find ways to know which patients are most likely to sue and how to turn things around.