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Free Suburban Chicago Breakfast Seminar: Malpractice Liability & Your Independent Practice

Posted by Matthew Smith on Apr 21, 2014 9:29:00 AM

Independent Physician Advisors, MalpracticePlease join the Independent Physician Advisors this Thursday, March 20th at 7:30 am for:

Is Health Care Reform Creating Malpractice Liability For Your Medical Practice?

7:30-9:30 a.m., Thursday – April 24, 2014 • Oakbrook Terrace, IL

Find out how health care reform may be creating an environment that puts your medical practice at risk for malpractice liability.

Learn what to watch out for and how to protect your practice:

  • Impact of high deductible plans - what to do when patientsrefuse medically necessary services due to cost/high deductibles  
  • Increased patient volume and ability to meet patient needs in terms of staffing, timeliness of appointments and administrative capabilities  
  • Increased collections efforts/difficulties and their relationship to more malpractice lawsuits  
  • Increase in the use of practice extenders and liability for inappropriate supervision and legal compliance with state and federal laws  
  • Liability derived from partners in integrated health care model  
  • Handling a potentially less healthy population and the impact on physician quality of care and defensive medicine practices  


Bradley A. NetzelEricka Adler, J.D., LL.M
Kamensky Rubinstein Hochman & Delott, LLP



Bradley A. NetzelVeronica Brattstrom
Senior Risk Management Consultant, 




7:30am    Hot Breakfast & Networking
8:00am    Presentation 
9:30am    Q&A and open networking


Redstone American Grill
13 Lincoln Center
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
(630) 268-0313




This event is complimentary, however advanced registration is required. We ask that attendance be limited to independent physicians and their office staff.

To register for this event, please click the button, below:

Register for Breakfast Seminar

Topics: Independent Physician Advisors, Health Care Reform, Malpractice Liability

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