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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.

HIPAA

Step up HIPAA compliance by identifying what's getting other practices into trouble, and taking steps to avoid making the same mistakes.

CMS has identified three areas of the proposed Stage 3 rule that could make meeting meaningful use simpler for physicians.

Medical apps are a hot commodity, but before you jump in to the development market, take time to fully understand federal regulatory requirements.

When attesting to meaningful use, be sure you are truthful about your HIPAA compliance efforts. Otherwise, you could risk being audited.

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Forget patient portals, faxes, and snail mail. E-mail is more accessible, so here are five ways to securely communicate with patients and peers.

Conducting an internal health IT risk assessment is a HIPAA requirement, and also protects your patients' data. To get started, use this security matrix.

Giving away your practice's old computer equipment is not the best solution. Here's what you should be aware of, before you pitch it out.

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