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Checks and Balances

Without checks and balances in place, a practice is at risk for mistakes, missing money, and out of balance accounts. Here are several procedures you can put into effect to protect your office:

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Mask Free – Not Quite Yet!

On Monday, June 21, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for healthcare employers. The implementation deadline for partial compliance is July 5, 2021, and July 21, 2021, for complete compliance (including employee training).

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Are You Ready for the 21st Century Cures Act Enforcement?

The Century Cures Act was signed into law four years ago on December 13, 2016. Although this regulation (law) has been in the making for nearly four years, the general effective date was June 30, 2020. The compliance requirements for Information Blocking, Assurances, and APIs start April 5, 2021.

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Social Media & the Compliant Clinic

Social Media is one of the most cost-efficient methods of marketing. It is a great way to connect to people in your area and attract new patients, but it can become your foe if you, as a healthcare provider, ignore your obligations to protect health information.

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Text Reminders and Your HIPAA Obligations

In today’s practice climate, patients want more electronic contact and fewer phone calls. For some practices, this is easy because it is how the doctor grew up... with texting and emails. But for others, starting a new text or email reminder service can be more difficult, and they may turn to trusted advisors or a vendor to set it up and manage it for them. But be careful! 

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