Since orthopaedic practices create wealth for their owners, it makes perfect sense to shield their assets from lawsuits and creditor threats. In this article, we will discuss the importance of shielding your orthopaedic practice assets from potential financial threats....
A Center for Public Integrity review found that more than 700 Obamacare-related bills were filed in the states during 2014 or carried over from 2013 in states where legislatures allow that. Some states saw 50 or more health bills each, according to data from the National...
In order to win in a medical malpractice case against a physician, a plaintiff must prove that the physician owed the patient a duty, that the physician breached the duty, and that the physician's breach in duty caused the patient to suffer damages. A key aspect in a vast...
AAOE values the time and commitment our leadership puts into our organization. We would like to start featuring a member of the AAOE leadership each week. Watch out for posts on our Facebook and Twitter accounts, featuring our Leader in the Limelight!
There is plenty of recent evidence suggesting that empathy could improve clinical outcomes. Empathy has...
Usually, providers cite financial reasons, time constraints and limited staff when explaining their reluctance to adopt ICD-10. Now, an AHIMA report published by Perspectives in Health Information Management indicates that — put simply — fear is a factor as...
States have made major strides in automating their processes used to determine eligibility for Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program. But challenges remain in verifying user data and re-enrolling certain populations, said federal and state officials during...
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