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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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With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.

Providers, preparing yourself for upcoming credentialing and revalidations is important. Don't forget!

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Security experts and research confirms staff members are your practice's biggest weakness against HIPAA compliance. It doesn't have to be that way though.

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A practice is discovering that the universal truth around HIPAA compliance is there is no universal truth. Every scenario is different.

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When your practice is under a False Claims Act investigation, here are some steps to take from a legal perspective.

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Following this year's flexibility, practices must meet strict MACRA guidelines in 2018 and beyond or face negative payment adjustments.

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Fitbits and other wearables have become more and more popular, but does using this data fall under HIPAA or not?

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