Healthcare lawyers: Thinking beyond malpractice, toward practice consulting and problem solving
Lawyers aren't just hired guns that protect your practice from a malpractice lawsuit. They can also help expand your services beyond the traditional offerings, adding revenue streams that can more than make up for the price of attorney fees. "We have found a healthcare lawyer is most helpful in expanding supplementary services," says Simon Cornelissen, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Orthopedic Care Specialists in North Easton, MA.
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