How Doctors Can Spot Patients Likely to Sue
(April 02, 2013)
Knowing what types of patients are more lawsuit prone can help reduce physicians’ liability risks
TWO JACKSON HEALTHCARE COMPANIES NAMED “BEST PLACES TO WORK”
(December 14, 2009)
Jackson Healthcare® owned physician staffing companies, Jackson & Coker and Locumtenens.com, have been named among Staffing Industry Analysts’ (SIA) top five “Best Places to Work for 2009.” The SIA ranking included all staffing companies in the U.S.
VHA names Jackson Healthcare as Preferred Physician Staffing Vendor
(November 20, 2009)
Jackson Healthcare is pleased to announce its agreement with VHA Inc., the national healthcare network, to deliver multispecialty physicians for locum tenens (temporary substitute) assignments and permanent physician placement
Restoring the Physician/Patient Relationship: An Interview with Jackson Healthcare's CEO
(October 14, 2009)
In October 2008, Rick Jackson, Chairman and CEO of Atlanta-based Jackson Healthcare, proposed a radical plan to revamp the healthcare system. Since then, healthcare has taken center stage as the current administration spearheads an aggressive reform of the current U.S. healthcare system.
Despite the diatribes, political rhetoric and propaganda that have saturated the news, Jackson's core argument remains as relevant as ever: the relationship between physicians and their patients has been severed. Jackson believes this relationship is the foundation for a healthcare system that is affordable, accessible, efficient, safe and continually improving.
The following is an update on Jackson's beliefs regarding the current reform efforts.
Physicians Losing Control of Medicine, New Jackson Survey Reports
(May 11, 2009)
A survey released today from Jackson Healthcare reports that the majority of physicians surveyed (74 percent) feel they have less control over the way they practice medicine than they did five years ago.
CEO of Jackson Healthcare to Speak at Physicians Council for Responsible Reform Upcoming Strategy Meeting
(February 11, 2009)
Richard L. Jackson, will present at the Physiciansâ€™ Council for Responsible Reform (PCRR) upcoming strategy meeting Nov. 4, 2009 in Washington, D.C. Jackson will be part of a discussion panel addressing the tort reform debate and control of healthcare in the U.S.