Tuesday, March 12, 2019
600 Commons Way, Bridgewater, NJ
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Presented by Benjamin Dyches, DDS, JD
The conversation between healthcare and law has some serious communication issues. Both are complex, and neither really understands the other. Dr. Dyches’ background provides uncommon legal and business perspectives for caregivers and lawyers working with healthcare concerns. Benjamin T. Dyches is among a very small group qualified to both practice healthcare as a licensed provider and provide counsel for healthcare professionals and corporations. As a dentist, Dr. Dyches owned multiple dental practices, provided care to thousands of patients, and managed a staff of over 50 employees. In 2010, he sold his dental practices and began to pursue his legal interests. Dr. Dyches subsequently graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University with a focus in business law and alternative dispute resolution. He currently cares for patients at his office in Provo, Utah as well as providing healthcare consulting and compliance services through his firm, Aegis Protectors, and lectures on healthcare and business law and lawsuit prevention through asset protection. Dr. Dyches is passionate about protecting the providers in our society and making difficult legal concepts approachable and meaningful.
Learn how to structure your practice for lawsuit protection and prevention, how to protect your professional and personal assets from lawsuits, reduce your malpractice insurance costs, how to protect your retirement plans from judgements and seizures, and how to minimize vicarious liability for the acts of other professionals and staff.
Upon completion of this course, the attendees will know how to:
1. Maintain the focus of their medical practice on improved patient care rather than malpractice defense.
2. Structure their practices for lawsuit protection and prevention, improving overall operations management of the practice.
3. Protect practice and professional assets from lawsuits through applied risk management techniques, improving and enhancing fiscal efficiency.
4. Understand basic practice management tools that can help increase practice revenue as well as decrease unnecessary loss of revenue also improving and enhancing fiscal efficiency.