Treating Stroke’s Triple Threat

The Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) at University Health System is South Texas’ premier destination for the treatment and prevention of the three major manifestations of stroke: ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage and subarachnoid hemorrhage.

The Right Approach to Leg Pain

Many patients present to their physician with the complaint of leg pain. Sometimes it is a minor, self-limited injury. Often leg symptoms radiate from back pain or peripheral neuropathy in a diabetic patient, a far too common problem in South Texas. But leg pain, often associated with open ulcer wounds, could be from peripheral arterial disease (PAD).

Thinking About a Little Space of Your Own?

There comes a time for most physicians when the idea of owning their own office space becomes desirable. Often, this is a result of rent fatigue, which is defined by the involuntary eye roll that occurs when you sign that large rent check to the landlord, or simply of the desire to create something that will produce a positive cash flow for the future. This article will discuss a few tax issues to keep in mind when considering if you’d like to have a little space of your own.

Penny Wise, Pound Foolish

Most physician practice leaders are cost-conscious.

Healthcare Law Update: The Yates Memo and Individual Accountability in Healthcare Fraud Cases

Recently, Sally Yates became a household name when, as acting U.S. Attorney General, she announced that the Department of Justice (DOJ) would not defend President Trump’s immigration and refugee ban. For healthcare industry insiders, Yates should be better known for a memo drafted in September 2015. Originally directed at the financial sector, these instructions have had a significant impact on the healthcare community and should be fully understood for both their corporate effect and individual applicability.