If you aren't a patient isn't on your insurance panel, for whatever reason, how can you expect to be fairly paid?
David M. Rosenberg-Wohl
If your organization is seeking to add arbitration clauses to its contracts and manuals, be sure to know the advantages and disadvantages first.
Physicians who solely rely on forms and checklists to terminate an employee are making a huge mistake, says this lawyer.
Every practice has them: disgruntled employees and patients. Here's how to handle their complaints and avoid lawsuits.
With an evolving healthcare landscape, it is becoming more difficult to put a price on quality care. Why is this the case?
Your team of physicians, administrators and lawyers can help you get what you rightfully owe using data-driven tools.
Why you need an attorney if you are going to recoup payment from payers. It's not the same as getting money from patients.
Don't just count on an administrator to keep track of legal obligations - your practice may need a formal legal check-up.