…..In today’s Internet-driven world, people have never had an easier time making their thoughts and opinions known. This has resulted in patients reviewing their physicians online – leaving an ever-growing collection of testimonials, rants, and posts online that inform others about their personal experiences. While this is mostly great news for all other people, at…

A study done in 2017 by Parks Associates, an internationally recognized market research and consultancy initiative, found that 60% of households that have access to broadband internet in the United States have shown an interest in availing of virtual care, either over the phone or online. This highlights the growing reliance of humans on modern…

…..As current gender issues continue to push boundaries into the new decade, the world has witnessed more and more women being promoted to leadership positions in every walk of life, and rightfully so. In healthcare, the proliferation of female physicians that have emerged successful in a once male-dominated world proves that women in the industry…

…..Medicine is a vital industry that impacts every single person all over the world – it is highly complicated, requires great knowledge and technical skill, as well as incredible sacrifice in order to survive and thrive in. There has always been great demand for progress and technological innovation to positively impact the affordability, quality, access,…

…..Over the last several years, the act of selling and buying consumer products online has grown tremendously. This is also true in the case of various types of medicine – it is now easier than ever for people to search for and purchase drugs over the Internet. Though there are obvious benefits to medicine being…

  The sudden outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (known simply as the “Coronavirus”) has created the kind of pandemonium most have never seen in their lifetimes – widespread panic buying, suspension of work and school, and the locking down of entire cities due to the rapid spread of this potentially fatal disease. As news spreads…

A lawyer in San Diego was sentenced to thirteen months in prison and approximately $500,000 in restitution and taxes for being part of an organized crime syndicate involved in large scale workers’ compensation fraud. Sean Enrique O’Keefe made roughly $700,000 a year sending workers’ comp claimants to medical providers that were complicit in an illegal…

President Donald Trump and his administration have some key policies that they’ve prioritized, particularly in immigration and healthcare. How do these affect costs in workers’ compensation? Today, we take a look. According to Dr. Richard Victor, a senior fellow with the Sedgwick Institute who founded the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute, he believes that some of…

Healthcare fraud is such a large problem that the country is facing today. Depending on the source, it’s reportedly costing the healthcare industry anywhere between $60 billion to $200 billion. And while that number is so big that it’s almost difficult to imagine, there are some very real consequences that can be ordinary people. This…

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