By Kayla Matthews – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, known more broadly as HIPAA, is a United States law applicable to data security and privacy of health care records and the patients associated with them.
By Kayla Matthews – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act governs the treatment of health care data and privacy regulations in the United States. Most responsible providers and organizations understand some of the actions that constitute the most substantial HIPAA regulations.
By Kayla Matthews – Long-term care health facilities, like most other entities that deal with interactions between people, have to determine the best ways to navigate the common legalities to the industry.
By Kayla Matthews – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act went into effect in 1996, and it has changed dramatically in the intervening decades. Initially created to make health insurance coverage easier to maintain for employees as they moved between jobs…
By Kayla Matthews – Telemedicine — providing clinical healthcare remotely — was born out of modern technologies and a growing reliance on the internet. As you well know, many devices are now Internet-enabled, falling into the realm of IoT or the greater Internet of Things.
By Kayla Matthews – Doctors’ offices and hospitals have to take the time to market themselves to attract new patients. The advertisements also have to be compliant with HIPAA regulations regarding patient privacy and protection.
By Kayla Matthews – Thanks to advances in health care, we’ve living longer than ever before. In North America alone, the average lifespan in 2017 is expected to be 79 for men and 81 for women. With our collective advancing age comes the need for improved health care for the elderly.
By Kayla Matthews – Medical billing is a necessary part of the profession, but it can be tedious and time-consuming, taking up time that could be otherwise spent assisting patients or maintaining your practice.
By Kayla Matthews – Nowadays, everyone is connected through social media and smart devices like phones and tablets. Most people don’t tend to associate social media with the practice of medicine, but this widespread connectivity definitely lends itself to the practice of telemedicine.
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