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Protect Your Practice Data Against a Breach

Don't question your data security after a breach. Here are six strategies to keep protected health information safe.

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The activities of a few bad physicians in the healthcare industry will continue to make the business of healthcare an overly regulated one.

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

More malpractice cases relating to physicians' EHR use are occurring. Here's what to do to ensure such a problem does not happen to you.

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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.

Preparing for the worst possible scenarios by maintaining legal documentation is the only way a medical group can be prepared to protect itself.

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While the concept of physicians disclosing potential wrongdoing might appear valid on paper, it is actually more trouble that it is worth.

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Change can impact a physician’s two key risk exposures: professional liability and long-term disability. Here's how to reduce your risks.

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