Can Tort Reform Get Rid of Silly Lawsuits?
At least one doctor expresses his desire for malpractice reform to enacted, to put an end to frivolous lawsuits. Don't send in the clowns!
Five EHR-Related Medical Malpractice Landmines
EHRs have yet to become a major problem in medical malpractice, but the potential is there, experts say. Here are a few areas of EHR use to caution.
9 Gifts that Violate the Anti-Kickback Statute
Receiving cash for a referral is the most obvious gift that violates the Anti-Kickback Statute. Here are eight more.
What to Do When You are Sued for Malpractice
Have you gotten a notice that you are being sued for malpractice? Here are some steps you should take, experts say.
Federal Medical Tort Reform Faces Uphill Climb
Despite a Republican Congress and White House, experts are skeptical about federal medical tort reform bills becoming law.
How Trump’s Cybersecurity Order Affects Physicians
A recent executive order to ensure federal computer systems are safe from attack has implications for medical practices as well.
CMS Abusing Authority to Revoke Medicare Participation
Why this is a challenging time for providers who are finding themselves penalized excessively by CMS and without appropriate recourse or justice.
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