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Is Healthcare.gov Using Google to Spy on Shoppers?
Recent reports accuse the federal government of doing exactly what HIPAA prohibits: sending consumer data to private companies for sales and marketing.
Tying EHR Proficiency to Physician Licenses Flawed
Massachusetts' effort to tie license renewal to meaningful use of an EHR is a great way to ease the physician shortage.
NFL DEA Raid Targets Doctors, Prescription Risk
Opiate prescribing can be a high risk activity for doctors if compliance measures aren't implemented. This risk is magnified when dealing with celebrities.
Dealing with Deadly Diseases: 6 Ways to Prep Your Practice
With all the media coverage of Ebola and enterovirus D68, there are several things your practice can do to ease patient and staff concern. Here's where to begin.
Heroes Stricken in the Line of Duty at Dallas Hospital
Two nurses exposed to the Ebola virus in Dallas should not be scolded, as the CDC has done, but praised for their dedicated service to the public.
Study: PAs Good for Patients, Good for Practices
A new national poll not only validates physician assistant care, but verifies what I've known about my profession for years.
CMS Extends Meaningful Use Tech Hardship Exception
Robert Tennant of the Medical Group Management Association explains the ins and outs of CMS extending its hardship exception regarding meaningful use technology.
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