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Latest News March 2nd
Two Important OSHA Reminders
As of January 1, 2015 employers covered by federal OSHA law and regulations are now required to report work-related fatalities within 8 hours and work-related in-patient hospitalizations, amputations and losses of an eye within 24 hours of finding out about the incident. read more
Cover Your Attestation Part 3: Monitoring, Reporting and Record Retention
In this concluding part of our Cover Your Attestation article series, we will discuss Medicare's requirements for plan sponsors to monitor its first tier, downstream and related entities; report detected noncompliance or potential fraud, waste and abuse (FWA); and your organization's requirement to maintain documentation and records for a period of ten years. read more
Security Risk Analysis is important for HIPAA and Meaningful Use
Conducting and reviewing a security risk analysis (SRA) is perhaps one of the most important HIPAA and Meaningful Use requirements your organization will undertake. An SRA is an ongoing process of continual improvements your organization should address to ensure the privacy and security of your patients' protected health information - not just a one-and-done process. read more
Cover Your Attestation: Exclusion Lists: Part 2
In addition to Meaningful Use Attestation requirements, many insurance companies are asking for Annual Compliance Attestation for organizations to validate compliance with applicable requirements.In part 2 of our Cover Your Attestation Series , we will discuss FDRs (first-tier, downstream, and related entities) requirement for checking exclusion lists. read more