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Medicine & Business

Understanding medical office leases

One day a realtor shows you the perfect space, in the perfect location, and assures you that the lease will need to be signed as quickly as possible if you are not to lose the space to one of your competitors. Having a little understanding of the implications of the key legal provisions can save you a lot of money in the long run.

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Bringing your medical device to the marketplace

A physician entrepreneur must be sure to take the necessary steps to protect his or her employment and intellectual property rights, develop a sound strategic business plan and work proactively with the FDA and payors to help ensure the medical device is positioned property to make an impact in the marketplace.

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Employee policy and procedure manua

The more informed your employees are, the more efficiently your practice will operate. Written policies and procedures are not legally mandated, but in today's litigious society, having a formalized policy and procedure manual is simply a good idea.

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Embracing complementary medicine

If carefully examined, complementary medicine could be the answer to your practice's shrinking revenues. Consider data on its revenues and utilization since 1990, as well as trends in the government, scientific and educational environments.

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