Dan Martin, for Medical Economics:
When you deviate from your peers, be especially sure to document the legitimate reasons for that deviation. Expect that insurance companies, regulatory agencies, and law enforcement officials will examine such deviations. Note any relevant information that supports why your treatment might differ from that of your peers. Such information might include the unique characteristics of your patient population, the nature of your referral network, the unique training you completed, or the difference in availability/unavailability of certain treatment options.