Bulletproofing Your Medical Practice: Risk Management Techniques for Physicians That Work
The definitive work on risk reduction for practicing physicians. As a practicing physician you have worked long and hard to build up your medical practice. Why risk it all if you don't have to? This concise and easy to read text contains simple techniques for you to use to reduce/avoid costly potential malpractice and insurance pitfalls.
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GETTING THE BEST INSURANCE COVERAGE
THE MOST COMMON MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
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