The Physician Advocates are Your Advocates...
You have been notified of an issue by your State Board of Medicine, a contracted insurer, med/mal carrier, Medicare, Medicaid, board of health, DEA or other regulatory or licensing body or for a deposition. Now what?
First, you need highly experienced legal counsel. This type of representation is a legal specialty just like your medical specialty.
Second, contact us. And if you have't found specialized legal counsel, we will provide recommendations based on our experience.
Now, our process. On-boarding is a two-step process with us.
Let's begin with a review of your situation or case. What is the issue, in front of whom are you to report or appear and what documentation supporting the complainant's issue do you have? We want to review it and discuss your our opinions with you. Based on this review and our discussion, we you will determine if you wish to further secure our counsel and we will determine if we should accept your case.
If we elect to work together, we will then want further information representing your side of the case and we will begin coordination with your legal counsel.
We will then draft positions on relevant issues of your case and discuss your actual meeting process and presentation with the complaining party. We will:
- Evaluate and recommend information and material you should present and not present and vet these recommendations with your legal counsel.
- Review your actual presentation with you and make recommendations based on relevant and appropriate comments, dress and demeanor.
- We may conduct mock interviews.
- We may accompany you to certain meetings, hearings, etc...
What we don't do. We do not provide legal advice. We do not represent you, but rather we advise you on how to best represent yourself.