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.
Telemedicine Wins Big in Texas, After Lengthy Battle
How does the recent telemedicine ruling in Texas correlate to mail-order pharmacies? Martin Merritt explains in this blog.
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.
eClinicalWorks Settlement Implications for Physicians
Physicians can learn a lot about risk analysis from the recent EHR vendor False Claims Act and subsequent settlement.
5 Ways to Cover a Physician's Departure from Your Practice
You have an obligation to ensure patients are protected and retained when their physician leaves your practices. Here's what to do.
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.
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