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A Medical Malpractice Trial From The Doctor’s POV

Even among the sciences, medicine occupies a special position. Its practitioners come into direct and intimate contact with people in their daily lives they are present at the critical transitional moments of existence.

For many people, they are the only contact with a world that otherwise stands at a forbidding distance. Often in pain, fearful of death, the sick have a special thirst for reassurance and vulnerability to belief. When this trust is violated, whether rooted in factual substance or merely a conclusion lacking in reality, American jurisprudence offers several remedies with the core being civil litigation.

We have personally witnessed a spectrum of reasons that prompts a patient to seek the counsel of an attorney.

Monday, February 6, 2017

10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

60 Minutes

$139.00

Medical Workplace Violence Issues

Violence in hospitals usually results from patients, and occasionally family members, who feel frustrated, vulnerable, and out of control.

Transporting patients,long waits for service,inadequate security, poor environmental design, and unrestricted movement of the public are associated with increased risk of assault in hospitals and may be significant factors in social services workplaces as well. A lack of staff training and the absence of violence prevention programming are also associated with the elevated risk of assault in hospitals.

Although anyone working in a hospital may become a victim of violence, nurses and aides who have the most direct contact with patients are at higher risk.

 Wednesday, February 22, 2017

10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

60 Minutes

$139.00

Romantic Patient Advances

Within the medical practice, clinic, hospital or university setting, faculty and supervisors exercise significant power and authority over others. Therefore, primary responsibility for maintaining high standards of conduct resides especially with those in faculty and supervisor positions. Members of the medical faculty and staff, including graduate assistants, are prohibited from having “Amorous Relationships”with students over whom they have “Supervisory Responsibilities.”

“Supervisory Responsibilities”are defined as teaching, evaluating, tutoring, advocating, counseling and/or advising duties performed currently and directly, whether within or outside the office, clinic or hospital setting by a faculty, staff member or graduate assistant, with respect to a medical, nursing or healthcare professional student.

Such responsibilities include the administration, provision or supervision of all academic, co-curricular or extra- curricular services and activities, opportunities, awards or benefits offered by or through the health entity or its personnel in their official capacity.

Monday, March 13, 2017

10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

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Financial Update on Consumer Driven Healthcare for 2017

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On Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment

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The Final Financial Round-Up for 2016

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By Rick Kahler CFP® http://www.KahlerFinancial.com

You know we are in a long-running bull market when you see people at the gym keeping one eye on their smart phones to see if the Dow Jones Industrial Average has finally breached the 20,000 mark.

With so much uncertainty at this time last year, nobody could have predicted double-digit returns on U.S. stocks at year-end. After all, the US stock market ended 2015 in negative territory and began 2016 with the worst start since 1930, falling 10% in two weeks.

The Markets

The markets eventually bottomed in mid-February and began a long, slow recovery, turning positive by the end of March. However, the going wasn’t easy. Global stock markets suffered a setback with the Brexit vote in the U.K. and endured another hard bump right after the elections.

In the end, the Dow finished 2016 at 19,762.60, a return of 13.4% for the year. International stocks of developed countries did not follow suit, finishing the year down 1.88%.

Related categories

In other categories, real estate investments, as measured by the Wilshire U.S. REIT index, finished up 7.24% for calendar 2016, and commodities, as measured by the S&P GSCI index, gained 27.77%.

The decades-long bond bull market is probably over, as interest rates have begun to rise. Even with the Federal Reserve rate increases, interest rate moves have not exactly been dramatic. Over the past year, rates on 10-year Treasury bonds have risen from 2.25% to 2.44%, while 30-year government bond yields have risen from 3.00% to 3.07%.

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Unpredictable events in the investment world

As always, there were many unpredictable events in the investment world. Anyone lucky enough to have speculated on the Brazilian Bovespa index—comparable to the U.S. S&P 500—would have reaped a gain of 68.9% this year, despite all the headline drama around the Zika virus and political uncertainties reported on during the Olympic games. Russian stocks were up 51% for the year, despite the recent sanctions from the U.S. government and the lingering international sanctions related to the invasion of the Crimean peninsula.

What’s going to happen in 2017?

It’s clear that Donald Trump wants to accelerate America’s economic growth, but his policy prescription has not always been clear. Some traders expect the economy to respond positively with lower taxes and deregulatory policies.

However, it is helpful to remember that we are entering the ninth year of economic expansion, the fourth longest over the last 125 years. The first two years of a presidential term are not kind to the US stock markets. Since 1941 we have had 30 bear markets with 17 bear market lows occurring in the first year of the presidential term, 12 in the second year, one in the third year, and none in year four (the election year). Every year of this longstanding bull market, we have to look over our shoulders and wonder when and how it will end.

There are many unknowns around the globe

Growth in the U.S. since the financial crisis of 2008 has not exactly been robust; the U.S. GDP has averaged just 2.1% yearly increases. Still, the unemployment rate has slowly dropped from a post-recession peak of 10% to less than 5% currently. China’s economic growth has stalled for the second consecutive year, and a looming banking crisis in Italy could force the country to leave the Eurozone.

Markets always have a way of surprising us

Trying to time the market and get out in anticipation of a downturn is a loser’s game. The history of the markets has been a general upward trend that benefits long-term investors.

Assessment

As always, my advice is to broadly diversify your portfolio, periodically rebalance, and hang on for the long term.

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Why Medical Claims are Denied?

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Dr. Nicholas Fogelson wrote a perspective article for KevinMD.com. He wrote about his experience as a peer reviewer for an independent review organization network. The observations hit to the heart of why third-party peer review (for payers) and physician advisor services (for providers) are vital for building efficiencies.

The categories

Here are the main categories Dr. Fogelson saw while reviewing:

  • Full-spectrum medicine
  • Poor documentation
  • Industry acceptance of something that cannot be supported in the literature or not evidence-based.

Assessment

The takeaway lessons, from Dr. Fogelson’s observations, point to two very fixable inefficiencies: better documentation and following evidence-based research for care.

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A Medical Malpractice Trial From The Doctor’s POV

Even among the sciences, medicine occupies a special position. Its practitioners come into direct and intimate contact with people in their daily lives they are present at the critical transitional moments of existence.

For many people, they are the only contact with a world that otherwise stands at a forbidding distance. Often in pain, fearful of death, the sick have a special thirst for reassurance and vulnerability to belief.

When this trust is violated, whether rooted in factual substance or merely a conclusion lacking in reality, American jurisprudence offers several remedies with the core being civil litigation. We have personally witnessed a spectrum of reasons that prompts a patient to seek the counsel of an attorney.

Monday, February 6, 2017

10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

60 Minutes

$139.00

Medical Workplace Violence Issues

Violence in hospitals usually results from patients, and occasionally family members, who feel frustrated, vulnerable, and out of control. Transporting patients,long waits for service,inadequate security, poor environmental design, and unrestricted movement of the public are associated with increased risk of assault in hospitals and may be significant factors in social services workplaces as well.

A lack of staff training and the absence of violence prevention programming are also associated with the elevated risk of assault in hospitals.

Although anyone working in a hospital may become a victim of violence, nurses and aides who have the most direct contact with patients are at higher risk.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

60 Minutes

$139.00

Romantic Patient Advances

Within the medical practice, clinic, hospital or university setting, faculty and supervisors exercise significant power and authority over others. Therefore, primary responsibility for maintaining high standards of conduct resides especially with those in faculty and supervisor positions.

Members of the medical faculty and staff, including graduate assistants, are prohibited from having “Amorous Relationships”with students over whom they have “Supervisory Responsibilities.” “Supervisory Responsibilities”are defined as teaching, evaluating, tutoring, advocating, counseling and/or advising duties performed currently and directly, whether within or outside the office, clinic or hospital setting by a faculty, staff member or graduate assistant, with respect to a medical, nursing or healthcare professional student.

Such responsibilities include the administration, provision or supervision of all academic, co-curricular or extra- curricular services and activities, opportunities, awards or benefits offered by or through the health entity or its personnel in their official capacity.

Monday, March 13, 2017

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One Man’s Quest to Hack His Own Genes

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When Brian Hanley set out to test a gene therapy, he started with himself

When Brian Hanley set out to test a new gene therapy, he needed a subject. So, he started with … himself.

In a plastic surgeon’s office in Davis, California, Hanley had genes, which he had designed himself, injected into his thigh. The hope: they would make his body produce more of a potent hormone that would hopefully increase his strength, stamina, and life span.

Hanley has a PhD in microbiology, but his experiment is independent, unapproved by the FDA, and funded by savings. He claims to be “informed consent personified,” while ethicists argue that “experimenting with yourself is a very, very deep conflict of interest.”

Our own Antonio Regalado met Hanley to find out why he did it, what he thinks his project could prove—and how he prepared for the possibility of something going wrong.

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Cancer Projections for 2017

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1,190 Children Are Projected to Die From Cancer in 2017

The American Cancer Society recently released projections for cancer rates in American children for January 2017. Here are some key findings from the report:

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Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death in children ages 1-14, after accidents.
In 2017, an estimated 10,270 children 1-14 will be diagnosed with cancer.
1,190 children are projected to die from cancer in 2017.
Leukemia accounts for almost a third (29%) of all childhood cancers.
26% of childhood cancers are brain and other nervous system tumors.
Cancer incidence rates increased in children by 0.6% per year from 1975-2013

Source: American Cancer Society, January 5, 2017

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Funding Physician Health Reform

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Physician Health Reform

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Deciding Whether To Refer a Colleague to a Physician Health Program

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Drugs, Money and the Middleman

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A little more about that … Kaiser Health News infographic!

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Recently, KHN ran an infographic from Kaiser Health News that gave a rough explanation of how the money flows in the sale of a brand-name drug.

After thinking about it a bit, Greg Reybold, Vice President of Public Policy & Association Counsel for the Georgia Pharmacy Association, noticed some fundamental flaws.

The infographic helps shed light on a process that lacks fundamental transparency,” he said, but it doesn’t reflect all of the practices engaged in by some PBMs.”

Furthermore, he added,

“There are times, unbeknownst to patients, when some PBMs charge patients copays that are significantly higher than the cost of the drugs themselves, or they steer patients to brand name drugs for which the PBM receives a rebate when there is a less costly generic available.”

He also noted the infographic:

“reflects that the pharmacy make a profit — when in fact there are many times pharmacies lose money on prescriptions they fill through low reimbursements, the imposition of different types of fees, and aggressive audits.”

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On Health Care Spending in the USA

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2016 – 2019 Medical Innovation Summit

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A Small Step Forward on Surprise Medical Care “Balance-Billing”

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The ME-P Back Story about a Decade Ago:

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More on out of network Balance Billing a year ago and … today?

Per a rule released last year, CMS will now require qualified health plans to count the cost sharing paid by the enrollee for an essential health benefit. But, what about today?

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 A small step forward on surprise billing

Assessment

We’ve written about this problem before on the ME-P; and we now appreciate this guest ME-P update.

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“How to Think About Money”

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Rick Kahler MS CFPBy Rick Kahler CFP®

As the author of the Old Testament book the Song of Solomon penned many years ago, “There is nothing new under the sun.”

Humbling as it is, there is very little financial advice I’ve written about in this column for 25 years that is really proprietary. Many other personal financial advisors and authors intuitively embrace the same principles as I.

One of them is Jonathan Clements, a personal financial columnist for The Wall Street Journal since 1994. His philosophy sounds very similar to mine: invest heavily in index funds, tilt your portfolio in favor of stocks, diversify globally, and spend much less than you make.

Clements has a new book out, How to Think About Money, which is well worth reading

Here are some of the points he covers:

  1. Demographics Are Destiny. Over the past 50 years, the U.S. economy has grown roughly three percentage points a year faster than inflation. Those days are over. Because of a shrinking workforce, economic growth is likely to be slower. Stocks probably won’t match their strong historical performance, though they will likely still outpace the returns from bonds and cash investments.
  1. Start With Everything. Invest in a global market portfolio—the investable universe of stocks, bonds, and other investments owned collectively by all investors.
  1. Ponder Your Paycheck. Your most valuable asset is your income-earning ability. Design your financial planning around that income source, or the lack thereof. If you are employed, you may need disability and life insurance. You also need to invest heavily in stocks because you don’t need income from their portfolio. If you are retired, you probably don’t need disability or life insurance. You do need to hold more bonds and cash now that you draw from your portfolio for income.
  1. Stay Grounded. In late 2008 and early 2009, many investors inflicted huge financial damage on themselves by bailing out of stocks at deeply depressed prices. You must avoid that mistake in the future. Clements forecasts that stocks will give a long-term return of 6%. He says, “Imagine a line climbing steadily at 6% every year. In the short run, however, stock performance will be all over the map. If returns are above the 6%-a-year growth path, we should smile at our good fortune, but realize we’ll likely pay a price later, in the form of lower returns. When performance is below 6% a year, we may not smile as much, but we should take comfort in the notion that—at some point—stock performance will likely play catch-up.”
  1. Fix Your Future. Our savings rate collapsed over the past three decades. Most Americans can’t save more because they simply spend too much. Clements says you need to aim for spending no more than 50% of your pretax income on living expenses, which allows you to save more and build more financial security.
  1. Don’t Retire. Not only does an additional source of income stretch the longevity of your portfolio, but work can provide additional satisfaction and happiness.
  1. Dying Isn’t the Problem. The risk is living longer than you ever imagined and running out of money before you run out of life. Clemens suggests delaying Social Security until at least age 66 and perhaps to age 70 (which I agree with) and purchasing lifetime income annuities (which is an area of disagreement for me).
  1. Aim for Enough. The goal isn’t to die with the most toys, but to have enough money to lead the life you want.

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Assessment

It may be nothing new, but it’s clear, sound, ageless advice. Even Solomon would probably agree.

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Fake Academe – Looking Much Like the Real Thing

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By Kevin Carey [UPSHOT]

Sham scholarly publications and academic conferences without rigor reflect a legitimate problem: too many PhD holders chasing too few credentials.

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Not infrequently, I get invited to these conferences and seminars? In fact, my most recent invitation was only last week; in Abu Dhabi. Scams are still easy to spot.

-Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA

[ME-P Publisher]

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State Health Rankings, 2016

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Technology and Health Knowledge — Global Health information Technology

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By Kelsey and Will

I remember back in 2010 we had our annual family reunion in Arkansas at my grandparents house. My grandfather was in his rocking chair watching T.V as I sat on the couch completely engaged in whatever I was doing on my cell phone.

My grandfather looks over at me and asks, “What you got there […]

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How financial advisers can get unstuck in 2017?

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How financial advisers can get unstuck in the New Year

Most financial advisers started their firm because they had a dream for a different life and a vision of how to get there. Rather than taking their dream to the next level, too many advisers are stuck.

Michael Gerber discusses this trap in his book “The E-Myth.” What he describes translates perfectly into what happens when the adviser takes off their business-owner hat and stops working on their practice (Investment News).

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