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Issue #5 - January 23, 2013

Practice Management Tips and Resources

Malpractice Insurance – Why Does It Matter?

Deciding between two types of malpractice insurance—either an occurrence based policy or a claims-made policy—can save you tens of thousands of dollars in legal bills and settlements.

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Breaches of Fewer Than 500 Patients No Less Severe

Your practice can no longer brush off breaches of electronic patient health information (ePHI) files if fewer than 500 patients are exposed. Small breaches carry the same risk for all providers, according to HIPAA and HITECH regulations.

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6 Key Steps for Financial Success

Maintaining a strong bottom line is key to a successful business. The complexities found running a medical practice today make maintaining a strong bottom line an overwhelming challenge. Here are six fundamental steps to achieving financial success.

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In This Issue
Malpractice Insurance
ePHI Breaches
Financial Success

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