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Claims Case Study: Abdominal Mass

A look into how an ED failed to follow up with a patient, and tips on how to avoid a similar situation.

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The Risks of Intragastric Devices

Recommendations to help practices prepare for and address concerns around these liquid-filled balloon devices.

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Semi-annual observance provides opportunity to promote proper disposal of unused or expired medication.

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Claims Case Study: The Patient Who Left Against Medical Advice

A case study about a patient who left an emergency department AMA, and guidance on how to manage the risk of such situations.

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Georgia Establishes New Rules for Opioid Prescribers

The changes include new CME and reporting requirements.

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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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Physician Burnout Linked to Practice Management

Findings underscore the need for partners that can simplify practice management.

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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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$17.6 Million Verdict Drives Home Liabilities of Opioids

A jury found a physician liable for overprescribing opioids to a patient.

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