The number of physicians declaring bankruptcy is on the rise.   This is due to a number of factors including the economy, reduced office visits, fewer patients with insurance, lower reimbursements, fewer elective procedures, and rising malpractice premiums.  For physicians facing a financial squeeze, a potentially career ending bankruptcy may not be the only option.  Luckily, there are numerous proven ways for a physician to increase their income, including file review consulting, expert witnessing, independent medical examinations, and niche consulting.

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