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A general surgeon performed a sleeve gastrectomy and duodenal switch on a 35-year-old man.
A woman came to the ED in labor. Her scheduled cesarean delivery had been changed due to low amniotic fluids on a recent sonogram.
A 50-year-old man came to a nephrologist for renal insufficiency. The patient's history included ankylosing spondylitis and scleroderma.
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Whether to treat likely depends on the laws of the state where the student will be located when seeking care.
How to defuse tense or angry situations in the office
Sample letters for termination of the physician-patient relationship
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CME: De-escalation of an angry or disruptive patient; Lessons from the courthouse: High-risk informed consent issues; Case study: Failure to diagnose herniated disc
2-hour CME: Managing Advanced Practice Providers; Government Relations: Evolving priorities for 2021; Incorrect dose of warfarin; Failure to diagnose epidural abscess; 2022 Governing Board election
CME: Vaccines: A practical guide for physicians; Introducing Corvus: Your new cyber security coverage: Failure to diagnose and treat Wernicke's encephalopathy; Improper performance and de-escalation
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Dr. Brian Sayers and attorney Stacy Simmons offer useful and practical strategies for de-escalating patient conflicts over the phone, in person, and online.
Join attorney Dan Ballard to discuss how COVID-19 has transformed the way we use telemedicine.
In part two, explore how telemedicine rules may change in 2021
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Find out about the new Information Blocking rule that goes into effect on April 5, 2021. This rule will play a key role in reducing overall payer and provider burden and improving patient access to he
Cyber attorney Adrian Senyszyn talks about business associate agreements, when they're required, and the reporting requirements for business associates.
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Are your patient communication tools HIPAA compliant? Learn how you can ensure that your electronic communications meet HIPAA requirements.