Where Personalized Medicine and Litigation (Might) Collide
May23

Where Personalized Medicine and Litigation (Might) Collide

Personalized medicine made the news recently when, on April 6, 2017, the FDA allowed the marketing of 23andMe’s genetic health risk tests for ten diseases or conditions.

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May 2017
May01

May 2017

Teaching the ‘New’ HIM

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Managing Millennials in HIM
May01

Managing Millennials in HIM

This article explores ways to bridge generational gaps in the workplace, offering insights and strategies for attracting, managing, and retaining Millennials in HIM. As the next generation of industry professionals, Millennials bring different characteristics, life experiences, and expectations to the workplace. HIM leaders need to respect the differences and find creative ways to engage this new generation entering the workforce. Managers have a choice. They can either accept and perpetuate negative stereotypes or choose to see the needs, objectives, and talents of others.

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Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions have a Profound Impact on the need for IG
Apr20

Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions have a Profound Impact on the need for IG

Mergers and acquisitions will continue to occur at an accelerated pace in 2017. Putting your IG process in place now will help your organization get ahead of the challenges they bring.

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April 2017
Apr01

April 2017

While coverage gaps and growing breaches raise industry concern, others argue HIPAA is still effective

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Four Questions to Consider When Releasing Information to Attorneys
Apr01

Four Questions to Consider When Releasing Information to Attorneys

In the past, many covered entities charged attorneys higher fees for accessing patient information than for patient requests. New HHS guidance seems to state that providers can’t charge third parties, like attorneys, more in certain cases.

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