Legal Issues Surrounding the Utilization and Maintenance of Computerized Medical Records

With the federal government's prioritization of health information technology and evidence that electronic health record systems can reduce medical errors and lead to more efficient delivery of care, many hospitals and providers are beginning to implement EHRs in their facilities and practices. Despite federal regulations that permit certain donations of EHR technology, the implementation and ongoing use of EHRs is expensive and raises many legal concerns. This topic will identify the key legal issues and pitfalls associated with using and maintaining EHR systems, with an emphasis on potential litigation issues.
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Ethics in Medical Record Coding -Who is Responsible?


You're aware that engaging in improper conduct can result in not only losses to the practice, but also in personal liabilities. What to do? The stakes are even higher now because regulatory agencies are targeting billers and coders as well as providers in fraud and Stark law cases. Want to make sure your billing and coding practices are in the clear? We will discuss ethical conduct principles that billers and coders must follow. You'll hear common ethical scenarios and learn possible approaches for addressing each.
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Pursuing the Adaptive Plant to Enable Personalized Healthcare

Our industry is rapidly transforming to support personalized healthcare as we strive to cure disease. This latest evolution of healthcare amplifies existing requirements and introduces new challenges for life sciences industry supply chains.
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Mediterranean Diet Extracts: The Clinical Benefit, Market Demand & Formulations

This webinar will introduce Mediterranean fruit and vegetables extracts, the context of the Mediterranean diet and healthy aging. Specifically, you’ll get insights on how the market is responding to a growing demand for premium
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Cyber-Threats in Healthcare: Understanding and Protecting Against the Risks


Security is more critical than ever for healthcare organizations. At the same time, the sector has become one of the most easily targeted. Hospitals, for example, are falling victim to cyber-attacks such as ransomware and business email compromise (BEC). However, healthcare organizations attack surface extends beyond email.
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