Law & Malpractice

Tax savings plans targeting physicians require caution

September 08, 2020

Tax savings plans targeting doctors require careful due diligence. We examine some of the basics every physician should be aware of.

Asset Protection and Physician Family Businesses

August 25, 2020

A bare minimum checklist for your business.

COVID-19 Emergency Regulatory Changes

August 19, 2020

Why emergency regulatory changes were enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they have affected telehealth services.

Approaching the government with an antitrust complaint

August 14, 2020

When a hospital has significant market power, the hospital can use that market power to harm competing independent physicians. This can violate the federal antitrust laws.

COVID Testing: What’s appropriate and what’s not

August 13, 2020

Stay vigilant about schemes and submissions of false claims.

Three ways healthcare facilities are rebounding from COVID-19

August 04, 2020

Leaders from several organizations explain how they’re meeting the needs of their patients and employees.

Negotiating with a major competing hospital

July 29, 2020

You don’t have to be locked in combat with a hospital; in many instances, it can be beneficial for independent physician groups and hospitals to work together.

Masks and Your Practice: Policies that work, set expectations, and reduce conflict

July 28, 2020

Mask policies that may increase compliance and reduce risk and conflict.

The health disparities of systemic racism

July 15, 2020

Systemic racism is also a public health issue.

Reopening Facilities After COVID-19: Strategies for mitigating risk

July 15, 2020

Now that some states are beginning to open up public spaces, what should nursing homes and assisted living facilities do to mitigate their risk for lawsuits going forward?