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Get HIPAA Compliant

Healthcare attorneys Ericka L. Adler and Rachel V. Rose provide insight on the HIPAA rules facing your medical practice and five strategies to stay compliant in this webinar, presented March 18, 2014, sponsored by Acentec.

You can also download a PDF of their presentation, offering guidance on everything from use of smartphones and BYOD devices at your practice to who is and who isn't a "business associate" under HIPAA law. Click here.

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Nearly a year after being convicted, three pharmaceutical company employees are sentenced for healthcare fraud and HIPAA violations.

Medical practice compliance can be challenging, but implementing a basic compliance program can help you avoid violations.

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Recent guidance from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) reinforces that the HIPAA conduit exception does not apply to Cloud Service Providers.

Reviewing your software programs, logins, and EHR users can not only save you money, it should be a quarterly requirement in your medical practice.

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It's better to learn from others mistakes. A recent HIPAA fine underscores the importance of timely and accurate BAAs.

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Here are six things physician practices can do to stay HIPAA compliant and not get in trouble for a failed business associate agreement.

Younger staff can bring a unique perspective to medical practice operations.

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