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Implications of the New Tax Law: Structures and Personal Tax

In Part I of our series, a tax attorney from our outside counsel network offers guidance for practices considering restructuring and physicians examining personal estate plans.

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Claims Case Study: Threats and Violence

Case studies and resources for practices on dealing with difficult and potentially violent patients.

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Information-Sharing and the Opioid Crisis

The release points to situations where patient information may be shared with family or close friends.

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Tips for Improving Health Literacy Among Patients

In honor of Health Literacy Month, what providers need to know about health literacy and its implications on patient care.

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Disaster Planning for Medical Practices

Information for providers about preparing for and responding to natural disasters.

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Legal Obligations for Opioid Prescribers

A new opioid control law in North Carolina brings a nearly immediate effect on physicians and health care providers.

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What Providers Need to Know About New Jersey’s Chaperone Policy

One of our New Jersey defense attorneys offers guidance for physicians and practices about that state’s law regulating sensitive provider/patient interactions.

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Minimizing EHR Vendor Transfer Glitches

Suggestions for how to enable a smooth transition from one EHR vendor to another.

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What the eClinicalWorks Settlement Means for Practices

Guidance for practices wondering if the move affects their own liability.

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Doctors, Not Staff, Must Obtain Informed Consent

The ruling means that consent for procedures given to staff members is no longer valid.

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