Manager accused of stealing $1 million from office; Why telemedicine must go mainstream

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Pediatricians are sued less often, but pay out similar amounts to their colleagues in other specialties, Medscape Today reported. Article

There are several types schemes employees may use to embezzle from your practice. A Florida office manager is accused of making off with $1 million by using them all. Article

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Coordinating care is no easy feat. FierceHealthcare offers a reality check--and asks readers how they're getting it done. Commentary

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With only six months left before health insurance exchanges begin open enrollment, there's still much work to do to educating the public about health insurance exchanges, FierceHealthPayer reported. Article

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Rashid L. Bashshur, director of telemedicine at the University of Michigan Health System, explains why telemedicine needs to go mainstream. Article

And Finally… "Mommy brain" not always a bad thing. Article

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