Smoking is no longer as severe a health crisis it once was, but it’s still one of the most serious health problems in the nation.
James F. Sweeney
Physicians who take the time to understand how to buy malpractice insurance will not only save money, but ensure that they’ve got the right type and amount of liability coverage.
Doctors may overlook insurance options that can be just as crucial to protecting their assets and livelihood as malpractice coverage. In some states, certain forms of coverage are required by law, a mandate of which practices might be unaware.
How to protect yourself from EHR technology-related legal danger
Many practices turn to staffing agencies to fill vacancies. This can be a fast and easy way to find a credentialed temp, but drawbacks included expenses and work restrictions.
Pros and cons of outsourcing versus managing it yourself
For some doctors, it’s hard to say goodbye to a career they’ve loved and one which has formed a large part of their identity.
Unlike in healthcare where every certification and qualification is earned, anyone can call themselves a financial planner.
Physicians are among the highest-earning and best-educated professionals in the country, but their combination of education and income does not prevent them from making personal financial mistakes.
Six models physicians can explore to create economies of scale while preserving some career autonomy.