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Know Your HIPAA Violations

As HIPAA itself evolves, it can be hard for practices to know when they're in violation of the law. Luckily, Physicians Practice tracked down privacy experts who shared some common data security weaknesses.

Also: Here are eight things your practice should to do to stay HIPAA compliant.

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For this month's coding column, we get a few ICD-10 specific questions on BMI and well child visits.

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A healthcare professional takes time to address some of the misconceptions patients may have when they present for care.

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Processing credit cards leaves the door open for cyber-attacks, here's what physicians need to know.

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Here are a few dos and don'ts for physicians dipping their toes into the sometimes murky waters of social media.

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Direct Messaging is a way for providers to securely exchange patient data. Here's a primer on how you can use the technology.

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It's important to address misbehavior by healthcare providers towards others in the practice.

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Bringing on a new physician or practice manager can be a stressful process. That's why you should use a recruiter, if you can.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

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Direct Messaging is a way for providers to securely exchange patient data. Here's a primer on how you can use the technology.

While prescription registries have made it easier to track down drug seekers, they are not foolproof. Here are red flags you should be looking out for.

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You can't change the trajectory of medicine, but there are strategies you can take to get back to why you went into the field in the first place.

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