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Rickard & Associates wishes you and all of your loved ones a happy and healthy new year! We hope for all the best in 2022! We know it’s been a busy year for everyone. We want you to know what a great job we think you all do and we appreciate you subscribing to our… Read the rest »

Many of our clients have had questions or issues regarding their licensure or credentialing. New physicians and physicians who have been practicing for years can all encounter issues with their medical licenses. We help our clients work to get the answers and results they need. We can help your practice get up to date and… Read the rest »

We know it’s been a busy year for everyone. We want you to know what a great job we think you all do and we appreciate you subscribing to our post! We hope everyone gets well deserved rest and time with their loved ones! Happy Holidays! We publish vital information on health law, business law,… Read the rest »

Obesity is a growing issue in the United States and continues to lead to a variety of health problems and increased risks for your patients. Due to the prevalence of overweight and obese individuals, new guidelines have been released to start screening for diabetes earlier. We can help your practice get up to date and… Read the rest »

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: Parents hit with $270K medical bill over ‘birthday rule’ inspire changes Becker’s Hospital Review A couple received a large bill after the birth of their first child, despite being insured. UK government halts GP data… Read the rest »

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: Ohio hospital gives wrong patient a kidney, employees placed on leave Fox News An Ohio hospital placed two employees on leave after admitting the wrong patient received a kidney transplant. US overdose deaths hit record… Read the rest »

A recent Michigan Court of Appeals case ruled that yes, Emergency Medical Technicians (“EMTs”) can be liable for injuries that occur when transporting a patient. For immunity to apply to an EMT, the EMT must be treating the patient. Transporting alone is not sufficient. We can help your practice get up to date and prepared… Read the rest »

Life is hectic, we know, so here’s a recap of the Healthcare Weekly Hot Topics you can’t afford to miss: Trump-era law on surprise medical bills advances under Biden The Detroit News The Biden administration is putting protections into place that were enacted under legislation signed by former President Trump. Accreditor places Louisiana medical school… Read the rest »