Part two of our look at abusive tax planning schemes that are heavily promoted doctors at year-end. We examine specific schemes to avoid, including those that the I.R.S. is making a special effort to crack down on.
Could the 529 be the holy grail of asset protection?
The basics of a diversified asset protection plan.
Collection Law Firms vs. Collection Agencies: What physicians need to consider
The differences between the two are important to note in your consideration of your collection strategy
The intersection of Informed Consent, EMTALA, and the False Claims Act
Two recently unveiled cases provide a glimpse into areas physicians and providers should be evaluating for continued compliance.
Untangling telehealth billing
Billing for telemedicine services doesn’t have to be overwhelming when you understand a few key concepts and take advantage of your available resources.
Leveraging digital and policy tools to address the COVID-19 Behavioral Health Crisis
An estimated 56 percent of adults report the pandemic has negatively impacted their mental health.
Automating accounts payable
How new technology is curing ailments and streamlining processes in one practice’s AP department.
PPP loan forgiveness: What physicians need to know
Applying for PPP loan forgiveness is a critical final step for physicians who took the financial initiative to safeguard their staff and their practice during this uncertain time.
Reassigning Claims? Make sure to complete the CMS 855-R Form
The best way to mitigate risk is to call a MAC, read the laws, and the telehealth waivers over COVID-19.
Will a waiver protect me from COVID-19 infection claims?
As physicians across the country get their practices reopened and back to the new normal, we examine COVID-19 infection liability waivers and their effectiveness in managing patient infection lawsuits.
A clinic’s lesson after opening during COVID19
How a high-volume clinic opened during the pandemic by planning for three principal areas of importance.
Keeping up with regulatory changes during COVID19
Guides on key areas to watch.
Overcoming telehealth reimbursement risks
Acknowledging increased reimbursement risks and deploying the right strategies can mean the difference between proper reimbursement and rejected claims.
The End of an Era: Closing your practice
Closing a practice for retirement is a hard decision as it is-here are tips to make closing your doors smoother.
Best states for physicians in 2020: 5 states with the lowest internal medicine malpractice premiums
Consider these states for lower malpractice costs.
Appreciating the various types of dispensing cabinets and associated vulnerabilities
Consider vulnerabilities that can be exploited remotely and the level of skil required to execute exploitation.
Best states for physicians in 2020: 5 states with the highest internal medicine malpractice premiums
Protecting your practice and assets is essential with malpractice coverage.
Conducting a risk analysis? Don’t overlook automated dispensing cabinets
It’s imperative to ensure ADCs maintain the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of protected health information.
Telehealth compliance programs avoid and mitigate risk
Be prepared to address allegations of misconduct
Why the next 100 days threaten physicians’ assets
We’re entering a period of significantly increased liability.
Political Contribution FAQs: Business Rules, Anonymity, Limits
Where available, these guidelines come directly from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) itself.
The Devil is in the Details: Terms and Conditions of CARES Act Provider Payments
Think before providing false or fraudulent documentation.
Avoiding malpractice claims during the pandemic
Practicing medicine is more challenging now than ever, but malpractice claims are probably not a major risk.
Asset protecting during and after the coronavirus pandemic
HHS Stimulus: Practices may not be eligible to retain funds
Funds received can only be used for expenses or lost revenue attributable to the coronavirus
Asset protection for new physicians
Ike Devji, JD discusses how physicians just starting can set up their asset protection plans.
CARES Act expanding telemedicine access
Funding is brining critical virtual care to remote areas of the nation.
Two final rules related to 21st Century Cures Act released during pandemic
Do not overlook these new additions.
Financial Crisis F.A.Qs – Is my bank safe?
Understanding FDIC insurance.
Personal finance for physicians
Asset protection attorney Ike Devji discusses what physicians should be doing regarding the issue of personal finance protection.
AMA urges Trump, FEMA to provide PPEs for physicians
Organization is still seeing state opposition.
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