March 2010

What Are Your Lawsuit Risks?

April 09, 2010

Columns

The specific structure of an asset protection plan must involve a consideration of the details particular to your situation. A plan that works well for one person may be completely wrong for another. For example, the income tax and estate tax benefits of a plan must be efficiently tuned based on your age, income, accumulated wealth, and your family dynamics. The types of assets that you own can also make a big difference in the planning.

Will the Apple iPad and other Next-generation Devices Make 2010 the Year of the Tablet PC?

April 09, 2010

Columns

There certainly was quite a bit of hype surrounding Apple's February unveiling of the iPad tablet computer. Now that all of the excitement has died down, let's take a look at what the device has to offer for physicians and what that might mean for the tablet market.

Private Practice Is Fighting for Survival

April 09, 2010

Editor's Note

A variety of forces are threatening the sustainability of private practice in today's medical environment. In the face of these and other trends, can physicians survive in private practice?

Did you take your medication today?

April 09, 2010

Cover Story

One of the largest and most costly problems facing the healthcare industry is that patients don't consistently take the medicine they've been prescribed. More accurately, between one-third and one-half of patients in the US do not take their medications as instructed, according to an August 2009 report released by the New England Healthcare Institute (http://bit.ly/xlZaW).

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