To err is human. With that said, there’s no protection from a professional mistake without having a medical malpractice insurance policy in place. As a healthcare provider, it’s vital to know that even a minor mistake can have severe consequences, not just to your patients but also for your whole practice. Since there is a decent likelihood that you will face a malpractice claim at some point in your career, can one small mistake ruin it all just like that?
There are four parts of Medicare: Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D. Learn about the purpose of each type of Medicare as well as who is eligible for these important public healthcare benefits.
In general, outsourcing is the best option for practices that understand the value of their medical staff but lack sufficient resources to support or create one in-house.
From devastating neurological disorders to the utilization of nanotechnology and 3D printing, these three innovative medical devices push the boundaries on what was previously thought possible and will make you believe in the scientific future.
If you’re not ready for the new PDGM (Patient-Driven Groupings Model) for home health agencies and in-home therapy providers then this article is designed to help prepare you for January 1, 2020, when this new payment model takes effect.