September 28th 2023
What if the algorithm was manipulated or rendered an inaccurate result in a patient care situation?
September 27th 2023
Prepare as if you expect to be sued.
September 26th 2023
Failure to comply can result in penalties of $500 per day.
September 6th 2023
Here are six ways to better protect yourself and your practice.
September 5th 2023
Here are answers to some basic questions about malpractice insurance.
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.
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.
Malpractice insurance coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic
Answers to the most common questions being asked by physicians.
Risks and consequences of improper medical waste management
Liabilities continue to increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Triage complications resulting from COVID-19
Individual physicians should not be determining critical care and ventilator use.
COVID-19 and the uptick in ransomware attacks and social engineering
Can a ransomware attack result in a patient’s death?
HIPAA, telehealth, and managing billing staff working remotely
Expert advice to secure your practice.
Coronavirus increasing physicians’ professional liabilities
Current issues to consider to protect your career and your assets.
Federal Aid: Is Hazard Pay Next?
Physician practices are being hit hard by the pandemic.
Five Medicare Services to Keep Your Patients and Practice Healthy During COVID-19
Medicare has urged providers to use telehealth for the provision of services to all beneficiaries.
Rethinking the nature of patient visits
And other strategies to refresh your practice.
Family First Coronavirus Response Act: What physicians need to know
Signed into law March 18th, will go into effect April 1st.
Proper termination of an existing contract
Negotiate before the contract is signed.
Individual rights and communicable diseases in light of the Coronavirus
Social justice can only be achieved in relation to the Coronavirus when people are realistic and do what is right for the good of society.
How to manage COVID-19 medical waste
An OSHA-compliant medical waste manager may be your best bet.
Does Due Diligence Matter?
Accurate and timely reporting increases the value of your medical practice.
Expert Advice: Responding to patient panic about the Coronavirus
Educating patients starts with alleviating their concerns. Part of that is educating them about reliable sources of information.
Physicians ask Congress for COVID-19 financial aid
'Practices are experiencing huge reductions in revenue,' physician organizations warn.
Steps to follow if closures or layoffs become necessary due to Covid-19
Check in with counsel and stay on top of what your state and the federal government may be doing to assist medical practices and other small businesses to survive.
HIPAA, Telecommuting, and Force Majeure provisions in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic
What organizations and physicians need to know.
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