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Protect Your Practice Data Against a Breach

Don't question your data security after a breach. Here are six strategies to keep protected health information safe.

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While the concept of physicians disclosing potential wrongdoing might appear valid on paper, it is actually more trouble that it is worth.

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Change can impact a physician’s two key risk exposures: professional liability and long-term disability. Here's how to reduce your risks.

Internists, family physicians, and other physicians are often named in cardiology-related malpractice claims. Here are some ways to lessen your risks.

Informed consent traditionally attempts to indemnify liability. Without disclosing risk and cost, it creates it.

Healthcare is two parts: the process and the outcome. The latter can get you sued, but how you handle and behave during the process can protect you.

Harrison Ford's airplane crash is another unfortunate event that can be used as a teachable moment for physicians and their financial future.

Conducting an internal health IT risk assessment is a HIPAA requirement, and also protects your patients' data. To get started, use this security matrix.

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