All Optometrists know that eye exams should be an essential part of anyone’s health check-ups, especially after reaching the age 40. But there are many things patients can do to keep their eyes safe every day. In between examinations, here are some easy ways you can protect your eyes every day:
Every doctor needs trusting patients, experience, knowledge and of course a medical degree. But there’s one other thing doctors need to back up all those other elements: Medical Malpractice Insurance. It’s crucial, and here’s why.
Be a Businessperson AND a Doctor
Owning a business is a full-time job and so is being a doctor. Many doctors who own their own private practices make the mistake of only being one or the other. If you’re too focused on running the business it’s easy to miss out on making sure you provide the best possible treatment to your patients. And if you’re too focused on being a doctor you might not be for very long if you can’t keep the business in the black.
When you own a business, you are your own boss. However, it comes with great responsibility, like making sure your business would run smoothly even if you become disabled temporarily. What’s the affordable solution? Business overhead expense (BOE) insurance!
Medical malpractice insurance is important for physicians or any healthcare provider. It protects medical practitioners from the costs of legal defense and settlement in a malpractice lawsuit. Like any insurance policy, there are limits, options, and clauses when it comes to the coverage. With that, here are some tips for getting the best malpractice insurance coverage out there.
If you’re an optometrist, it would be very wise to protect yourself from potential lawsuits. How? By getting business insurance! But first, you must create a business plan outlining your risks and your plans for coverage. Remember that not all your risks can be covered by a standard policy.
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