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Defending your professional license

The MCARE Act’s self-reporting requirement increases the chances that the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs will open an investigation file that could potentially lead to a disciplinary action against a professional’s license to practice.

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Are health savings accounts the answer?

Proponents hope HSAs will reduce over-utilization, increase access to health care, improve the physician-patient relationship, and lower overall health care costs. Critics argue that the plans jeopardize patients’ access to quality care and may actually end up increasing health expenses in the long term.

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Avoiding sexual harassment lawsuits

Adopting an effective written harassment policy, and then educating and training your employees and supervisors on how to utilize and enforce the policy, can help you meet the expectations of the EEOC, and your legal responsibility to keep your workplace free from harassment.

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