In this practical webinar, you will learn how the Tax Credits and Jobs Act incentivizes paid Family and Medical Leave. We will also discuss the similarities and differences between the FMLA and the new Section 45S. We will provide you with analysis via examples of when leave qualifies for the credit in your 1st and succeeding years of eligibility.
Join our live webinar to understand how you and your organization can employ cell phones for increased efficiency without leaving your team exposed to legal risk.
In this webinar, we will
Discuss the OCR increase in HIPAA enforcement
Review the ways your staff may be using cell phones
that introduces risk to patients and your organization
Consider the best option for a phone service provider moving forward
Explore ways to train staff members who will be using cell phones at work
Decide which uses of cell phones should be permitted by employees of different types of organizations
Cover the essentials you need to include in your HIPAA policy concerning smart phone access and usage
Plan an efficient ways to implement new training and policy on the use of cell phones and HIPAA throughout your organization
One errant email or text message can cost you tens of thousands of dollars in HIPAA fines and penalties and it doesn't matter who you're communicating with: patients, staff, providers or with insurance carriers.
A violation is a violation. And if you think it couldn't happen to you, think again. Text and email HIPAA violations are not always caused by what you might think. For example, you may think you are safe as long as you don't text patients - you're wrong. Many violations generally occur between providers messaging their staff. You can avoid getting hit with a HIPAA audit and violations with a few simple changes to your current processes. But you have to be able to identify the danger zones.
In this webinar speaker will Discuss the regulatory guidance and agency commentary on FMV and CR, and Provide perspectives on common misunderstandings and misconceptions related to FMV and CR, also discuss Emerging best practices for documenting fair market value and Commercial Reasonableness within Fragmented Health Care Organizations.
This webinar offers guidance to build and maintain a systematic, affordable marketing effort to meet the needs of your organization within budgetary restraints, Also attendees will learn how to hire the right vendors, consultants, or develop staff internally for sustainable results.
This presentation addresses HIPAA regulations from a different perspective - from a personal perspective - from the perspective of the person in charge of moving an organization or facility toward full compliance with HIPAA.
This session will focus on the rights of individuals to communicate in the manner they desire, and how a medical office can decide what is an acceptable process for communications with individuals.
In this webinar you will learn how perspective taking is a fundamental concern when treating Asperger Syndrome/High Functioning Autism, At the completion of this presentation, you will be able to view your clients diagnosed with Asperger syndrome/High Functioning Autism in a different manner, You will be able to develop strategies to help them achieve success, not only in your office, but also in any social setting.
In this webinar the latest guidance from the US Department of Health and Human Services on harmonization of SAMHSA and HIPAA will be explained, We will discuss what qualifies treatment that falls under SAMHSA, HIPAA allows a number of disclosures, for treatment, payment, and healthcare operations purposes, without consent from the individual being treated, also We will examine how to deternmine if the services you provide place you under 42 CFR Part 2.
Recent cases and/or enforcement actions involving the Federal Civil False Claims Act (FCA) as well as the Medicare-Medicaid Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) and/or Federal Physician Self Referral Law (Stark II) raise serious concerns regarding compliance issues with the hospital, physician practices, and other healthcare entities.
The Phase 2 HIPAA Compliance Audit, increasing breaches of unsecured protected health information and rampant medical identity theft reveal a national crisis in HIPAA compliance.
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR), the HIPAA enforcement arm of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), is ramping up enforcement. And a basic HIPAA requirement, Risk Analysis - Risk Management, is the key to protecting your business, whether you are a covered entity or a business associate.
The presentation will provide an overview of the Federal Stark and Anti-Kickback laws and corresponding regulations including the history and purpose of these laws. The presenter will provide the background upon which these laws were determined to be necessary and developed. The attendees will be provided with an overview and description of the laws, why they were instituted, what they do and do not cover and who they are and are not applicable to.
Today's diverse, fast-changing, multidisciplinary health care environment involves many health care professionals who work together for the common goal of the patient. This includes physicians, nurses, physical therapists, pharmacists, and others.
Today's diverse, fast-changing, multidisciplinary mental health care environment involves many mental health care professionals who work together for the common goal of the patient.
This includes physicians/psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, psychologists and others. Nothing in health care is more fractured than in mental health among a multitude of mental health practitioners.
This lesson will explain new changes on Health and Human Services as it relates to enforcement of HIPAA for both covered entities and business associates as it relates to portable devices, texting and emailing of PHI.
There is a simple 3 step HIPAA "safe harbor" that frees Covered Entities and Business Associates from any responsibility or liability for unauthorized access to Protected Health Information (PHI) in unencrypted emails and text messages during transmission and after receipt by the patient.