Orlando, Fla. - October 1, 2012 - George F. Indest III, President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, shares his knowledge of health law in the September issue of Medical Economics. Mr. Indest wrote an article on ways to prevent or detect employee embezzlement in the medical or dental office. It contains valuable information for any small healthcare practice owner.
The article, "How to Prevent Employee Embezzlement," provides easy practices any office can implement to ensure an honest working environment and to prevent employee theft. Topics discussed include: how to recognize embezzlement warning signs, steps to take to safeguard your assets, and the proper way to take action against a suspected embezzler. The entire article can be read here.
Mr. Indest is a well-known attorney specializing in health law. He represents primarily physicians, dentists, medical groups and small health facilities in Florida and throughout the U.S. He is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in the legal specialty of Health Law. His practice encompasses all aspects of health law, including malpractice defense, qui-tam or “whistle-blower” and false claims, defense of professional licensing cases, representation in investigations, defense in credentialing matters, Medicare and Medicaid audits, formation of corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs), Board of Medicine hearings, peer review actions, clinical privileges hearings, representation of medical students, and other matters of healthcare law and legal representation of healthcare professionals.
In 1999, Mr. Indest started The Health Law Firm, which has three Florida offices located in Altamonte Springs, Orlando, and Pensacola. A former Navy JAG Corps attorney, he has practiced law for more than 30 years.
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About The Health Law Firm
The Health Law Firm was established in 1999, bringing together a team of experienced attorneys with decades of work in the legal and healthcare fields. With offices in Altamonte Springs, Orlando and Pensacola, Florida, the firm represents healthcare providers, including hospitals, nursing homes, physicians, dentists, mental health professionals and other licensed health professionals and entities. For more information about The Health Law Firm, visit https://www.thehealthlawfirm.com.
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