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Good records can help defend against a meritless malpractice suit, but it takes more than good records to prevent one.
It's as simple as entering through the front door and taking a walk around your practice.
The conversation may not be easy, but your patients will be grateful.
These simple strategies will help you structure the medical encounter to ensure that you and your patient are on the same page.
To obtain a true view of the quality of your practice, you must measure the patient's experience.
Sometimes a patient's reasons for leaving aren't as bad as we might imagine.
When this practice's initial success began to fade, the physicians and staff had to rethink “business as usual.”
A review of the literature reveals practical ways to improve patient satisfaction and compelling reasons to do so.
“If X then Y” rarely works when you're dealing with patients.
Protect yourself with these tips from a family physician who has successfully defended his care and that of other physicians.