Practice Management


Philanthropic individuals can contribute a wide variety of assets to charity. In addition to the social good that comes with the contribution, there may also be a financial benefit to the donor through an income tax charitable deduction for the charitable gift. Read Article ›

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was created by the government to provide patients access to affordable medicines and services they need, “especially for the sickest among us,”1 but from what I have uncovered, at least in cancer care, this may not be the case. Read Article ›


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of Minority Health has released a 19-page plan to address health equity gaps for underserved Medicare beneficiaries, improve their access to care, and measure the success of this undertaking. Read Article ›


A life insurance policy is a contract with an insurance company that will pay your beneficiary a sum of money in the event of your death. Because of its potential to rapidly appreciate in value, along with its tax-favored status (the proceeds your beneficiary receives are generally income tax–free), it can be used to solve even the most complex financial planning challenges. Read Article ›

Investment management is all about deciding how best to put your money to work to achieve your financial goals. Understanding risk is a key part of the investment planning process. Read Article ›


At this point, Foundation Medicine is exclusively an oncology company, but our next-generation sequencing technique, which can deep sequence hundreds of genes with world class laboratory capability and world class computational biology capability, certainly has potential applicability. Read Article ›

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