Kristin Tauras, JD, offers direction on how to avoid a malpractice claim It is impossible to avoid all lawsuits. As a defense attorney, we often tell our clients there is a low threshold for a malpractice suit to be filed against a professional. In Illinois and 32 states, all it takes to file a suit […]
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Chad Erickson discusses how to generate more revenue from your local listings With an estimated 46% of all searches containing local terms such as “near me,” it’s clear that local search that contains more than just your name, address, and phone data (NAP) is more important than ever. If you aren’t optimizing your local search
Mark Pribish offers guidance on minimizing risks of social media Some critics of social media say our addiction to apps in general and social media (in particular) open ourselves up to privacy risks. My question to app and social media users is, “When was the last time you read the terms and conditions or adjusted
JoAn Majors discusses working as a team toward case acceptance Before we get too far into this article, let’s first agree that there is an exception to every rule. Let’s agree that you can find doctors who do their own presentations. Can we also agree that it is unlikely that doctors are answering their own
Rose Nierman and Courtney Snow discuss common scenarios for medical reimbursement for implants More than ever, patients are inquiring if their medical insurance will help cover the costs of implant services. The good news is there are situations where implant services and bone grafting are considered medical in nature rather than dental or cosmetic in
Kristin Tauras, JD, guides dental specialists through the legal elements Dental specialists are increasingly being sued for professional malpractice. As one plaintiff’s counsel explained, it is easier to get a dental specialist to settle than any other medical professionals these days. While most other medical professionals are aware that they are the target of lawsuits
Kerry Cahill, Esq., discusses how practitioners need to protect themselves even in altruistic circumstances Altruism and the ability and competency to help others are replete in the dental profession. In most providers’ experience, patients have approached them who may not be able to afford their services. With inflation continuing to rise, many patients may not
Rose Nierman and Courtney Snow discuss the steps you can take to help patients access care, especially for larger cases What steps can you take to help patients access care in today’s economic environment, especially for larger cases? Dental practices are offering great financing options to make care accessible, and many are taking it a