FROM PRINT - Winter 2021
Arizona priorities set by Arizona Department of Health Services for 2021-2025.
Sheila Sjolander, MSW
Arizona Department of Health Services
This is a good time for physicians to examine their estate and asset protection planning.
Ike Devji, JD
Pro Asset Protection
FROM DIGITAL - March 2021
Some of the changes taking effect on February 24, 2021 to the Paycheck Protection Program.
Reuben Lewis IV
National Financial Group
FROM - Winter 2021
(AHCCCS) strategies for incentivizing providers to develop systems to integrate physical & behavioral health.
William Riley, PhD
Arizona Sate University
FROM DIGITAL - February 2021
Important considerations for medical practices to consider before re-opening and returning employees.
John Balitis, JD
Jennings, Strouss & Salmon PLC
FROM PRINT - Fall 2020
As the flu and COVID-19 were about to collide, the state and county share their plan to combat both.
William Floor, MPH Candidate 2021
AT Still University
Some argue the healthcare sector is recession-proof, but is it more accurate to say its recession-resistant.
Hailey Sappington, MPH Candidate 2020
During 2020, arguments were made on how to safely re-open schools. Here's one physician's thoughts.
Susan Hughes, MD
Bounce Highest LLC
Knowing how to appropriately refer a patient who self-identifies as suicidal can be difficult. Find out resources.
Kelli Donely Williams, MPH
Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)
The shortage of healthcare workers was a concern before the pandemic. Here are some strategies that can help.
Allison Hitzeman, MBA
COVID-19 has had a profound impact on our social, economic and healthcare systems.
James Carland III, MD
Mutual Insurance Company of Arizona (MICA)
FROM PRINT - Summer 2020
A Medical Board complaint is more concerning than a medical malpractice lawsuit and with good reason.
Steven Perlmutter, MD, JD
Perlmutter Medical Law
A pandemic may not be the ideal time for a physician to look over their estate plan, yet here's why they should.
Bailey Tocco, CPA
Learn how medical students experiences in medical school changed dramatically during the pandemic.
Morgan Reeve, OMS-IV
A.T. Still University
Fall usually brings Flu season, 2020 brought us COVID-19. How do you prepare for both? Find out how.