Tag Archives: Respond

How to Respond to a Patient’s Discriminatory Request for a Different Clinician

My latest column for the April 10 ASCO Post addresses "How to Respond to a Patient’s Discriminatory Request for a Different Clinician." This is my fifth column for the Law and Ethics in Oncology series. More are already in the queue. … Continue reading

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“The Board will be gathering more facts in order to determine how to effectively respond” to LexisNexis’ tying ultimatum

We have been reporting on recent LexisNexis tie-in attempts wherein the Company refuses to sell print or ancillary products in retaliation for cancelling Lexis Advance as if this may be a new company sales policy. Initially I thought a rogue … Continue reading

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Ask the Hiring Attorney: Do I respond to informational emails from the partner?

Q: I’ve just started my internship at a law firm. The partner in charge of the deal sends out emails to the entire deal team. He’s started to include me. Most of the emails concern the status of the deal; … Continue reading

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Last Call To Share Your Wisdom with Your Colleagues Respond to 2017-18 Start Stop Poll

My apologies for the delay. February was a “lost month” due to flu season. Please vote here.  They Survey will cost Friday March 16th. This blog has covered a wide variety of new products including Judicata’s Clerk, Gavelytics, Voxgov, CARA’s … Continue reading

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Report: Hospice Does Not Respond One in Five Times

A new report by Time Magazine shines a harsh light on the hospice care industry in America – reporting that 21 percent of hospices, accounting for more than 84,000 patients, failed to provide critical care to patients in 2015.  The … Continue reading

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