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HIPAA

When Meaningful Use is No Longer Meaningful

How Improper Implementation of Electronic Medical Records Can Lead to CMS Suspension, Exclusion and Indictment Under the False Claims Act By Joseph […]

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HIPAA, HITECH, ePHI, and Significant Sanctions For Covered Entities and Business Associates

On February 17, 2009 Congress enacted the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (“ARRA”).[1] Although ARRA was mainly created as a […]

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Avoiding HIPAA Security Breaches Requires “Organization-Wide Analysis”

By Carly Van Thomme, Esq. As medical organizations store more patient records electronically, entities covered under HIPAA will face new […]

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Health Provider Implications In New Gun Control Executive Orders

By: Ronald W. Chapman II President Obama’s recent executive action regarding gun control is likely to spark some confusion among […]

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Failing to Safeguard Patient Privacy May Impact Your Professional License

by Robert A. Welch, Jr. Health care providers have a general duty to safeguard the privacy of their patient’s individually […]

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How Regulation Affects Quality, Cost, Autonomy and Access to Health Care

  by Ronald W. Chapman The United States spends more on health care than any other country and yet ranks […]

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