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Many physicians start out in hospitals and group practices as a way to get established in the industry. This is how they get experience and develop a reputation in the community. There are, however, some drawbacks to putting their reputations in the hands of hospital administration or a physician board ...
So, you want to go solo and start your own medical practice. The choices you make can determine how quickly you make money or go out of business. Solid planning is essential. A business plan is a must! If you don’t have time to create a full business plan, make ...
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- HHS Secretary Azar Statement on World AIDS Day November 27, 2019
- OCR Secures $2.175 Million HIPAA Settlement after Hospitals Failed to Properly Notify HHS of a Breach of Unsecured Protected Health Information November 27, 2019
- Secretary Azar Hosts Bipartisan Rural Health Roundtable with Members of Congress November 22, 2019
- HHS and the American Society of Nephrology Launch $1.5 Million Phase 2 of Prize Competition to Redesign Dialysis November 18, 2019
- Trump Administration Announces Historic Price Transparency Requirements to Increase Competition and Lower Healthcare Costs for All Americans November 15, 2019
- HHS Advances Development of Tests to Distinguish Bacterial from Viral Infections across Multiple Healthcare Settings November 14, 2019
- OCR Imposes a $1.6 Million Civil Money Penalty against Texas Health and Human Services Commission for HIPAA Violations November 7, 2019