Richard E. Moses has practiced Gastroenterology and Hepatology in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area since 1984. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. An Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, he holds numerous administrative and consultative positions with state and national medical societies, and has held numerous leadership positions on committees for various hospital staffs throughout his years of medical practice. He is the Chairman of the Department of Medicine, and Associate Medical Director for Medical Staff Development and Relations at Jeanes Hospital, part of the Temple University Health Care System, actively recruiting and developing physician practices, and integrating healthcare relationships and services.
Dr. Moses is additionally an attorney, having graduated from the Temple University School of Law in 1997. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Law there since his graduation, teaching “Current Problems in Law and Medicine.” He frequently lectures at medical, legal, and compliance conferences on sundry medical-legal topics.
Richard is also a risk management and educational consultant in patient safety, medical professional liability, and health care compliance, the state of the healthcare system, medical provider well-being, and medical ethics. He is a national speaker and author of three books. “Medical Malpractice & Other Lawsuits: A Healthcare Provider’s Guide” became a number one best seller on Amazon. His most recent book, “Transitioning from Medical Training to Professional Life,” was published to teach and assist health care trainees transition out of their training in programs and into the next phase of professional life. He has also published numerous articles and book chapters. Richard routinely functions as an adviser and program director for medical, legal, risk management and compliance issues, in addition to authoring accredited programs on these topics.