Patient Confidentiality

Patient Confidentiality

Experts reveal common technology missteps that are putting practices at risk of HIPAA violations.

The best way to approach all medical records in relation to HIPAA and the HITECH Act is the same as you do with patients: use universal precautions.

Your practice may want to consider purchasing insurance to cover the costs of a potential HIPAA breach.

Sharing data can help streamline patient care. But many physicians are hesitant given the obstacles and potential consequences of losing this information in transit.

While clinicians love their iPads, Dell is betting they’ll also love the Latitude 10 tablet’s higher-level mobile security features.

The HIPAA final rule, released Jan. 17, 2013, includes new guidance regarding the transfer of medical records.

A look at some of the specific changes included in the HIPAA omnibus final rule that will impact your medical practice.


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