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Four Ways to Reduce Malpractice Risk

Providing excellent clinical care can reduce the likelihood of a lawsuit, but the clinical side is not the only area to focus on.

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The OIG may very well be signaling its intention to hold boards, or even individual board members, responsible for oversight responsibility for their organizations.

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Tailored risk management can reduce healthcare costs. While your insurer does its best to reduce your risk, here are three ways physicians can do the same.

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If you can't ignore a bad online patient review and are considering a defamation suit vs. a patient, here are three things to consider first.

PAs have always taken a team approach to medicine. That focus is applicable to policy issues as well as clinical ones.

The activities of a few bad physicians in the healthcare industry will continue to make the business of healthcare an overly regulated one.

Step up HIPAA compliance by identifying what's getting other practices into trouble, and taking steps to avoid making the same mistakes.

Done incorrectly, big year-end bonuses can result in big trouble, as seen in the case of one Illinois physician.

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