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Fake or Real: Medical Estheticians

Fake or Real: I am licensed as a medical esthetician. Fake! Estheticians must practice within the state-promulgated scope of practice and only use titles authorized by their license.   To determine their scope of practice, an esthetician should look to three places: (1) the state laws defining estheticians’ scopes of practice; (2) any rulings or […]

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123s of Using Influencers in Social Media Medical Advertising

Social media is discussed ad nauseam, so it’s always important to begin any discussion of social media by placing it in context.  About 3.5 billion (with a “B”) people actively use social media every day, and about 3.46 billion people access it via mobile devices.  This amounts to about half of the world’s population.  Worldwide, […]

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Courtney Cowan to Present on Setting up an MSO Model via Webinar

On Wednesday, July 31, 2019, Courtney Cowan will present on structuring a management services organization (“MSO”) model for non-physicians interested in owning a MedSpa via webinar for the American Med Spa Association (“AmSpa”).  The one-hour webinar will also address the Management Services Agreement, focusing on the revenue account, management fee, practice professional compensation, and special […]

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Jeff Segal to Present on How to Fire a Patient – Legal Considerations for Dealing with Difficult Patients via Webinar

On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, Jeff Segal will present an overview of how to fire a patient and the legal considerations to take into account while dealing with difficult patients via webinar for the American Med Spa Association (“AmSpa”).  The one-hour webinar will address the good reasons and process for dismissing a patient, why a […]

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123s of Mistakes in Dental Transitions

  Whether you are in the earlier stages of your dental career looking to buy a practice or in the late stages of your career looking to sell, a dental transition could be one of the largest transactions in your life. And of course, any transaction of such magnitude must be taken seriously and approached […]

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Alert: New Illinois Law Requires Employers to Reimburse Employee Expenses

A little known, and lesser talked about law passed in Illinois last year, and is starting to turn employers’ heads. In 2018, Illinois amended the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act (IWPCA), requiring employers to reimburse their employees for all expenses considered to be “necessary expenditures” within the employee’s scope of employment and directly related […]

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