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Identity theft is an ongoing problem, and the medical field is no exception. Learn and understand how to prevent medical identify theft. A recent health care information hack exposed the nonpublic financial information...
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When stakes are high, strategies must be strong. Understand the scope, requirements, and compliance issues of EMTALA. The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) applies to all hospitals with...
Learn the most common medical errors seen in litigation and how to reduce your organization's risk of error.More than 15 years after the IOM (Institute of Medicine) report on medical errors and the start of the patient...
Understand how to overcome the challenges of medical necessity denials to avoid lost time and money. Health care providers face daunting challenges in addressing increasing volumes of medical necessity denials from...
Understand the risks associated with personal confidential information so your organization can be prepared for multiple kinds of data breaches. Health care providers hold a wide variety of highly confidential...
Medical Records Law in Illinois In late January of 2013, The Department of Health and Human Services issued the long-awaited final revisions to the HIPAA rules, with the final regulations under the HITECH Act.
Health care organizations are seeing a tremendous growth in the number of wireless applications for medical devices. And this growth is expected to continue at an even faster pace over the next ten years or more.
Wrongful death cases can often be confusing in terms of liability and the defense against the claim - understand doctor liability versus hospital liability and what to do in a wrongful death case.
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Find out how to stay in compliance with HIPAA and protect patient information with the utilization of social media. The Internet and social media such as Twitter®, Facebook®, and LinkedIn® have changed the way...
Ohio Medical Records Law Overview Including Super Confidential Records In response to the growing number of identity thefts, Congress enacted the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (“FACTA”).
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