Healthcare Blog

Ohio Senate Bill 25 and the Potential Minimum Wage Increase

The attorneys at Nardone Limited regularly assist our clients with labor, employment, and human resource issues, including guidance on (i) federal and state regulatory compliance; (ii) discipline, discharge, and documentation; (iii) discrimination and harassment complaints and charges; and (iv) policies, procedures, and the development of employment handbooks.  Please review our prior articles regarding: (i) Issues […]

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Limitations for a General Dental Practice: Is Your Advertising Misleading?

As many successful dentists know, marketing your dental practice is vital to its success; you must get your name out there to reach and recruit new patients and maintain a thriving practice. But, it is always important for dentists to ensure that they are advertising within their limitations. Generally, dentists may advertise their services as […]

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Multiple Dental Practices, Are You Ready?

By Karen Marshall, Vero3 Consulting Owning multiple practices and locations is a current trend in the dental industry.  It’s a great concept that can be exciting, rewarding, profitable, and an avenue to provide long term security and regenerating income well into retirement.  Unfortunately, not all who take this leap are successful.   Many look at a […]

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Legal Obligations of a Doctor Terminating a Patient Relationship

The dental attorneys at Nardone Limited in Columbus, Ohio are responsible for assisting dentists with a variety of matters, including labor and employment issues, human resource issues, and a wide scope of legal issues. Occasionally, we are asked to assist dentists as they terminate patient relationships. As a dentist, it is very important that you […]

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The Importance of a Dentist’s FICO Score in Obtaining a Loan to Purchase, Build, or Expand a Dental Practice

There are many financial factors that a lender will consider in determining whether a dentist qualifies for a loan to purchase a dental practice, build a new practice, or expand an existing practice.  One factor that a lender will use to determine your creditworthiness is your credit score.  Your credit score, which is usually referred […]

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