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HIPAA Case Study: Physicians can risk lawsuits writing about patients

HIPAA Case Study: Physicians can risk lawsuits writing about patients

Physicians are continuously exposed to new and interesting information about their patients.  It is tempting to chronicle the facts for publication,...

July 10, 2012 Read More
HIPAA Case Study: Practice Fined $100,000 for Web-Based Calendar

HIPAA Case Study: Practice Fined $100,000 for Web-Based Calendar

A five-physician practice became the first small practice to enter into a resolution agreement that included a civil money penalty over charges that it...

July 03, 2012 Read More

HIPAA Case Study: Temporary Employee Post Patient Records on Facebook, Hospital Faces Stiff Penalties

In 2011 a  temporary employee at a California hospital  posted a picture of someone’s medical record to his Facebook page — and made fun of the patient’s...

June 19, 2012 Read More
HIPAA Case Study: Missing Laptop. Where is yours?
June 12, 2012 Read More

Mobile Policy as HIPAA Protection

HIPAA Protection

Given all of the  legislation and the large number of mobile devices on the market and in our businesses today, it has become difficult...

April 25, 2012 Read More

60k’ HITECH Overview

The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act was signed into law as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment...

April 18, 2012 Read More

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