Mothers have a right to breastfeed in public — and in your practice, so find a way to make mothers, other patients and staff comfortable.
In the eyes of the law, prescribing opioids for patients with chronic pain means upholding ethical standards of professional conduct, not following a checklist.
Nosy employees poking around in medical records or sharing passwords can put your practice at risk of HIPAA violations, lawsuits, and broken agreements with affiliate hospitals or practices.
Don’t feel attacked by negative online reviews or strung out by false reviews. Learn what your legal options are, then fight back.
Physicians need to consider what they might need to do in order to repurchase their medical practice—then get those provisions in place before agreeing to the sale.
Entering a new employment agreement? Here's why and how you need to plan your exit strategy as soon as possible.
There are many examples where an expired agreement can accidently violate Stark Law. Here's what you should know.
Home health agencies and home visiting companies are employers that physicians should approach with great caution.