Medical malpractice insurance is a critical part of practicing medicine, making it essential for physicians beginning their practices to have an understanding of the types of malpractice policies available. The two primary categories are occurrence coverage and claims-made coverage.
Earlier this month, we furnished administrators and other hospital leaders interested in obtaining American College of Surgeons (ACS) verification—and evaluating and improving trauma care at their facilities—with an overview of the ACS verification, review, and consultation process. Today, we are pleased to provide further information—from duration of certificate validity to the number of trauma centers that have acquired ACS verification thus far—as shared by Dan Hamilton, public information associate for the association.
And four more news items for hospital leaders, practice managers, and other healthcare executives to peruse this week
While having a social media presence is a relatively new idea for physicians, advantages to building an online presence as a practitioner include making professional connections and taking control of your own reputation. If you have decided that you want to be on social media, the immediate consideration is how to do it well. It’s worthwhile spending a little energy deciding what your social media strategy will be.
One of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania is a site of our nation’s rich past and America’s first hospital and medical school. The state’s colorful tapestry of geography is woven with farmland and forests, mountains and lakes, and cities and small towns.
As a chief decision maker at your facility, you oversee
Part of America’s Heartland, Indiana is the 16th most populous
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