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Save Money on Your Malpractice Premiums
The Florida Society of Nephrology (FSN) Board of Directors is extremely pleased to announce the formation of The FSN Medical Liability Insurance Program, designed to greatly reduce the cost of malpractice insurance for our members. Through the power of strength in numbers, this program will allow us to purchase our medical malpractice insurance as a unified group of Nephrologists through collective bargaining, now and long into the future.
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Practice Management Tips
Disclosing an unanticipated outcome to a patient or a family/caregiver can be daunting and stressful. However, the following tips can help frame the conversation and provide useful reminders about essential disclosure information.
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RPA Delivers Registry Tool
FSN Partners with RPA to Deliver Registry Tool
The FSN leadership is pleased to announce a partnership with the RPA to deliver a tool for our members to report quality measures and participate in meaningful use. FSN members are now eligible for the RPA Member rate for the registry. Click here for additional details.
Each month, University of Florida Health Pathology Laboratories publishes a Case of the Month to highlight its pathologists’ expertise in interpreting patient biopsies that are unusual or difficult to diagnose. The latest Case of the Month, authored by Renal Pathologist William L. Clapp, MD, explores a patient who presented with a confounding condition that required extensive analysis. The unusual findings are shocking and rarely seen. Learn how Dr. Clapp diagnosed the patient with concurrent diagnoses.