Risk Management

Social & Electronic Media

Many doctors are using social and electronic media as a way to communicate with patients and market their practices. But what innocuous information might be misconstrued? What snap judgments could be made about your practice and/or personal life? Many doctors don't think about how the information they share might be perceived later by a chiropractic board of examiners or a judge or jury in a malpractice case.

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