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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: Medical Identity Theft: Why You Must Prevent and How to Minimize Its Occurrence

Medical Identity Theft: Why You Must Prevent and How to Minimize Its Occurrence

Identity theft is an ongoing problem, and the medical field is no exception. Learn and understand how to prevent medical identify theft.A recent health care information hack exposed the nonpublic financial information...

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CLE credit available

OnDemand Webinar: Medical Identity Theft: Why You Must Prevent and How to Minimize Its Occurrence

Medical Identity Theft: Why You Must Prevent and How to Minimize Its Occurrence

Identity theft is an ongoing problem, and the medical field is no exception. Learn and understand how to prevent medical identify theft.Health care providers are under constant threat from a privacy and security...

OnDemand Webinar: Keeping PHI In and Hackers Out- Make Your Medical Records Theft Proof

Keeping PHI In and Hackers Out- Make Your Medical Records Theft Proof

Understand the risks associated with personal confidential information so your organization can be prepared for multiple kinds of data breaches. Health care providers hold a wide variety of highly confidential...

Live Webinar: Medical Records 101: Responding to Requests for Patient Information

Medical Records 101: Responding to Requests for Patient Information

Do you know who can have access to protected health information? Gain a confident understanding of PHI requests used for litigation. Receive an overview of medical management issues faced when responding to requests...

Live Webinar December 4, 2019 1:00pm EST

ACHE, AHIMA, HFMA credit available

Live Webinar: Communicating Medical Necessity to Insurance Companies

Communicating Medical Necessity to Insurance Companies

Learn to properly communicate medical necessity to insurance companies. This topic will help you acquire an understanding of how to respond to insurance companies, auditors, and other entities (e.

Live Webinar January 6, 2020 1:00pm EST

ACHE, AHIMA (pending), CLE, HFMA credit available

Live Webinar: Transferring Medical Records Between Providers

Transferring Medical Records Between Providers

Stay compliant when transferring medical records. Health care providers must navigate through a myriad of laws, rules and regulations that impact their duties pertaining to custodianship, retention, and transfer of...

Live Webinar December 16, 2019 1:00pm EST

ACHE, AHIMA (pending), CLE, HFMA credit available

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 Webinar: Arizona Medical Records Law

Arizona Medical Records Law

Gain an understanding of the many different laws that correlate with medical record retention requirements for health care providers.Many health care providers do not understand Federal and State Laws that pertain to...

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