February 28th 2023
Malpractice verdict illustrates risks.
February 14th 2023
Recent headlines illustrate asset protection issues.
Make a plan to help keep your practice, patients and staff safe.
January 24th 2023
Look at some of the most common risks to your practice and how to manage them.
November 23rd 2021
Ready or not, office holiday parties are back this year. These are some of the risks that practice owners and leaders should manage to help ensure a stress-free holiday and a positive transition to the New Year.
How ambulatory care practices can reduce cybersecurity risk
By making strategic yet affordable investments and undertaking specific basic measures, smaller practices can make great strides to strengthen their defenses.
Medical Malpractice and Asset Protection, Part 7: Real Risks in Today’s Headlines
In part seven of our look at medical malpractice risk we examine specific liability issues from recent media reports and about physicians and healthcare.
Medical Malpractice and Asset Protection Part 4: Thinking defensively about medical malpractice
We continue our look at asset protection for physicians in the context of medical malpractice claims with a look at the causes of medical malpractice claims and thinking defensively about diagnosis and documentation.
Medical Malpractice and Asset Protection Part 2: Numbers and facts
Self-employed physicians and medical practice owners face a variety of risks including medical malpractice claims. We continue our discussion of the numbers and facts behind these lawsuits.
Cybersecurity and ransomware: Tips, tactics, and updates
Recent attacks encouraged new guidelines from the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST).
Medical Malpractice and Asset Protection Series Part 1: Malpractice risk by the numbers
While physicians face many financial and legal risks, the elephant in the room is always your professional liability and the risk of a malpractice lawsuit. We start an in-depth look at the facts about these lawsuits including where they happen, who they happen to, and what they cost.
Asset protection, insurance, and seasonal summer risks
Memorial Day begins the “100 Deadliest Days”.
Asset protection for physician crypto investors
The basics you should know to keep your coins safe.
CISA cybersecurity vulnerability announcement underscores importance of risk assessment when transferring PHIs to patients
Covered entities should be balancing a patient’s right to request his/her medical records or designated record set in a particular electronic format with an unacceptable level of security risk to the covered entity’s systems.
Luxury home asset protection issues for physicians
Here is what luxury homeowners, buyers, and sellers need to know about construction costs, closing delays, insurance, and why you are probably under-insured for the loss or damage of your home.
2021 Asset Protection Lessons in the News, Part Two
Asset protection, insurance, compliance, and risk management.
Asset protection lessons in 2021 headlines
Risks that threaten doctor’s financial solvency take many forms and require serious personal and professional risk management in multiple areas.
Minimizing litigation risk in the post-COVID era
Now is a good time to step back and bring this fresh mindset to reassessing policies and procedures
Physicians, asset protection, and the seasonal risks of spring
Doctors face a variety or risks far beyond medical malpractice liability. We examine some of the predictable risks of spring and surprises from current headlines that can threaten physicians’ wealth.
2021 Asset Protection Part 3 – Personal Finance
Basic personal finance issues that can threaten your wealth including both external threats and risky behaviors to avoid.
2021 Physician’s Asset Protection Checklist - Part 2
Recurring versus reactive risks.
Physicians 2021 Asset Protection Checklist – Part 1
As 2021 begins, it presents both familiar risks and new challenges never experienced in the lifetimes of most Americans. We start the year by reviewing key measures to help you to manage and survive both.
How physician practices can switch to value-based care
Waiting to change could negatively affect business
Mitigating risk as the pandemic persists
Tactics to consider as you contemplate emerging risks and refine your COVID-19 response.
Eight steps to conducting a meaningful use risk analysis
Complying with HIPAA and meeting meaningful use by creating a security risk analysis isn't as costly or time consuming as you think. Here are eight simple steps.
Doctor’s biggest asset protection mistakes
A starting point of 11 of the most common asset mistakes.
Identity theft risk spiking with covid19
An unexpected side effect of COVID19 is a significant rise in identity theft and related cybercrimes. Here are the most common traps to look out for and a response plan in case it happens to you or someone you know.
Risk-based agreements: Good for business, patients
When managed effectively—and supported by ample collaboration and data exchange—risk-based models promote better business results for practices by achieving better outcomes for patients.
Email archiving and HIPAA compliance
Make sure email is a part of your cybersecurity strategy.
Disability Income Protection: Prepare for the unexpected
Getting the right income protection insurance takes a considerable weight off your shoulders, allowing you to focus on what matters most—healing others.
Ensure HIPAA compliance with a remote workforce
Working from home can lead to casual conduct, posing compliance risks for your organization.
Technology Hot Topics: OCR updates, mobile health app resource, and vishing
Teleworking and telehealth have opened more doors for cybercriminals due to a lack of technical, administrative, and physical safeguards.
Tax savings plans targeting physicians require caution
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
A bare minimum checklist for your business.
Wellness services may pose compliance risk
Ensure compliance with state and federal laws before offering wellness services to remedy COVID complications.
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