Law & Professional Psychology
- A Matter of Law: Psychologists’ Duty to Protect
- Law & Professional Psychology
- A Matter of Law: Licensure and Professional Mobility
- A Matter of Law: Managing Your Managed Care Contracts
- A Matter of Law: Privacy Rights of Minor Patients
- A Matter of Law: Prompt Pay Laws
- A Matter of Law: Q & As for Practitioners
- A Matter of Law: Managed Care Record Audits
A Matter of Law: Patient Record Keeping, Part 1
Keeping good records can help ensure continuity of care and protect practitioners in the event of legal proceedings. Knowing legal and regulatory requirements and related factors that affect record keeping is crucial to your practice.
A Matter of Law: Patient Record Keeping, Part 2
This is the second of two articles addressing questions about record keeping that practitioners often raise with staff in the APA Practice Directorate.
Using a Sliding Fee Scale: Some Do's and Don'ts
In working with clients who are unable to afford the services they need, psychologists sometimes consider reducing their fee on a "sliding scale" basis. Doing so may carry significant legal risk if not instituted correctly.
- Choosing the Best Legal Structure for Your Practice
What’s in a Name? Learn How Trademarks Can Protect Your Practice
This article provides a basic overview of trademarks and how you can establish and protect your legal right to use the tools that identify your services in the marketplace.
- Are You Prepared for the Unexpected?