Tag Archives: ABC’s of avoiding liability

Do You Know Your ABC’s…?

Do You Know Your ABC’s…? A. Advertising that one has been “in practice for seven years,” when in fact the person has been licensed [...]

ABC’s of Avoiding Liability – H: HIPAA

What agency of government investigates patient complaints for a violation of HIPAA’s Privacy Rule? Is it a complete defense to such a [...]

The Alphabet – Some Hints On Avoiding Liability

I thought I might have a bit of fun going back to my ABCs and that you might find some of these brief items helpful. Perhaps you can [...]

The Alphabet Revisited

I return to my ABCs (see the July 2010 issue of the Avoiding Liability Bulletin for the prior one) and hope you find a few of these [...]

“An Alphabet of Reminders, Information…”

A . Always remember to renew your license and your malpractice insurance policy. Practicing without a license or malpractice insurance, [...]

Do You Know Your ABC’s…?

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - August 2013

Alphabet Soup for the New Year (2014)

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - January 2014

Barter, Neglect, Violence Towards Patients, and Patient Outings

In the February 2014 issue of the AVOIDING LIABILITY BULLETIN, I raised many questions for the reader’s thought, research, and [...]

Advertising, Statute of Limitations, Yelling at a Client

In the February 2014 issue of the AVOIDING LIABILITY BULLETIN, I raised many questions for the reader’s thought, research, and [...]

Alphabet Soup (A through M) – A Potpourri of Issues/Questions

The following questions and information are intended to stimulate thought, research, and discussion. I will address some of these [...]

Do You Know Your ABCs?

Here’s something different. These questions, a few of which may seem far-fetched or odd, have arisen in the past in actual practice [...]