One in Five Americans Experience Medical Errors
There are long-term consequences of medical errors on patients, including emotional distress, financial well-being, and fractured family relationships.
Warning: Physician Owned Liability is Far-reaching
A recent kickback case against a spine surgeon and his fiancée underscores the importance of physicians understanding of anti-kickback and Stark laws.
Keeping a Practice Compliant for Deaf Patients
What do you have to know about ensuring your practice is following the rules of the Practice Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act?
Hospital-Doctor Clawback Provisions in Employment Contracts
Watch out for aggressive language in hospital employment agreements requiring physicians to recoup all payments to insurance companies.
How to Protect your Assets during a Natural Disaster
With hurricane season in full effect, an asset protection specialist gives his advice on protecting your professional assets in the event of a natural disaster.
EHR Vendors Seek Clarity from CMS
The HIMSS EHR association submits a letter to CMS, expressing concern and offering suggestions for MACRA payment requirements.
14 Situations Where Physicians Should Lawyer Up
Practices might be inclined to take on a legal issue on its own. Here are a few situations when they should hire a lawyer instead.
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