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OnDemand Course: How to Be Proactive After a Medical Denial

How to Be Proactive After a Medical Denial

Learn how to respond to a denial adequately and professionally to increase your chances of a denial being overturned.Medical denials come in various forms from the type of denial to the party making the adverse...

Available as OnDemand Course, MP3 Download

AHIMA credit available

Live Webinar: Best Practices for Managing Medical Records Across Multiple Health Care Facilities

Best Practices for Managing Medical Records Across Multiple Health Care Facilities

Learn how to lead your organization towards a positive, reinforcing feedback loop by focusing on the medical record. Hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and physician groups struggle with generation of medical...

Live Webinar February 10, 2021 1:00pm EST

ACHE, AHIMA, HFMA credit available

Bookstore: Medical Identity Theft and Keeping Medical Records Secure

Medical Identity Theft and Keeping Medical Records Secure

Medical Identity Theft and Keeping Medical Records Secure On May 1, 2009, the FTC’s new regulations, called the Red Flag Rules went into effect. These rules state medical practices must write and implement an...

Bookstore: HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Medical Records in Litigation

HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Medical Records in Litigation

HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Medical Records in Litigation Chapter Forty Two: Introduction to Medical Records in Litigation Chapter Forty Three: Confidentiality and Patient Privilege Under The Rules of...

Bookstore: HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Access to Medical Records

HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Access to Medical Records

HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Access to Medical Records Chapter Eight: Access by Patient Consent for Licensed Professionals Chapter Nine: Access by Patient Consent for Health Care Facilities Chapter Ten: Copy...

OnDemand Course: Assessing Your Organization's Compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule: Being Proactive and Achieving Compliance in the Face of Increased Enforcement Risk

Assessing Your Organization's Compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule: Being Proactive and Achieving Compliance in the Face of Increased Enforcement Risk

Stay complaint with HIPAA in order to save your organization valuable time and money.HIPAA became a law in 1996, yet today we still see organizations that are confused, misinformed or lack the knowledge and expertise to...

OnDemand Course: Making Revisions to Closed Medical Records

Making Revisions to Closed Medical Records

Learn how to manage closed medical records and avoid personal and institutional HIPAA violations.Proper recording of the delivery of patient care continues to evolve in the areas of medical record management, portal and...

Available as OnDemand Course, MP3 Download

AHIMA credit available

OnDemand Course: How to Discover Falsified Medical Records and How to Report Them

How to Discover Falsified Medical Records and How to Report Them

Falsified medical records can have a major impact on a provider's reputation, not to mention the legal consequences. Learn and understand how to identify and deal with potentially falsified medical information.

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OnDemand Course: OSHA Compliance How-Tos for the Medical Provider

OSHA Compliance How-Tos for the Medical Provider

Learn to prepare for an OSHA inspection and understand state and federal OSHA requirements that health care providers must comply with. Many health care providers, regardless of the environment in which they function...

OnDemand Course: Texas Medical Records Law

Texas Medical Records Law

Understand the laws that govern medical records in Texas to stay compliant and minimize legal risks.Medical providers and health plans, vendors, and others who regularly retain medical or health records are subjected to...

AHIMA credit available

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