Physicians who’ll thrive best in the future will be those most prepared for vexing, unwarranted, and time-consuming malpractice suits. To join their ranks, use these safe, inexpensive, proven malpractice defense strategies.
One of the biggest fears people have is receiving an audit notice from the IRS—it ranks right up there with being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.
High-net-worth investors who work with financial advisors are more knowledgeable about alternative investments, but one in particular dominates their portfolios.
Trading breaking news is almost always a bad idea. And yet the same investors who panicked and ran to the sidelines after one news event are always the first to do it the next time, too.
Most retirees and pre-retirees will depend on income from their investments to maintain their desired lifestyle, which means any dramatic negative market volatility can be devastating to their mindset and planning.
Despite their high compensation, many physicians are facing a retirement income shortfall and are on track to replace just 56% of their income instead of the recommended 71%.
The increased use of imaging technology and EHR/EMR implementation are contributing to the growth in patient data, but healthcare organizations might not be prepared to handle the new information.
The compensation gap between primary care physicians (PCPs) and specialists is decreasing as PCPs continue to be in high demand as a result of expanding healthcare coverage and an emphasis on preventative care.
The trend of technology entering healthcare—Google, Apple, Samsung—reflects growing interest in the potential for a convergence of technology, big data, and life sciences to open new ways of monitoring health and tackling disease.
New York City may be the most overpriced city in the US, but it doesn’t really compare to the most expensive cities in the world, according to the latest Worldwide Cost of Living index.