Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Hipaa And Faxes
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

Hipaa And Faxes - Articles

OnRamp Announced Return to HIMSS Annual Conference: HIPAA Compliant Hosting Company to Showcase HIPAA Risk Management Online by Press Release L. Facebook Posted Wed 12 Feb 2014 7:35am Austin, TX, February 12, 2014 - OnRamp, a leading high security hosting provider with data center facilities in Texas and North Carolina, announced today that the company will exhibit its HIPAA compliant hosting solutions at the 2014 Annual HIMSS Conference and Exhibition, February 23-27, 2014, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. ... Read on »
Should HIPAA Compliance Guard All Protected Medical Information? by MKirschMD Posted Sun 29 Dec 2013 6:00am Everyone is familiar with the acronym HIPAA, which is the 1996 edict called the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.  Isn’t that a smooth and melodious name? These are rules & regs that are designed to protect your confidential protected medical information.  I support the mission.  I don’t think that your medical reco ... Read on »
New HIPAA Omnibus Rules Certainly Encourage the Use of a Personal Health Record for Patients With Getting Copies of Their Medica by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 18 Jan 2013 5:59pm I read through a few of the comments here that relate to PHRs and I have been covering the technology since it began.  When you read about the “email” portions of this it’s a slam dunk as to why you really don’t want to rely on standard email systems to do that for you.  It states that once, you as a consumer are advised of the “risk” with usi ... Read on »
HIPAA violations & Michael Jackson --- I can relate by jodigirl Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 04 Jul 2009 10:12pm I am disgusted that this purported nurse of Michael Jackson is talking about requests that Jackson apparently made to the nurse for the drug Dipravan. HIPAA is a critical requirement for the privacy of patients. The duties under HIPAA apply to nurses and they survive the patient's death. This nurse should be disciplined. I am also disgus ... Read on »
Hip Hip HIPAA–Myth Busting 101 by Dr. Marica P. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 12:08am Photo: starpulse.com As far as I am concerned HIPAA has added another layer of useless paperwork on to the backs of physicians, and I particularly resent the cost it has added to primary care.  Therefore, I was excited to see an article on HIPAA myths.  Below is my summary of HIPAA myth bustin’: Myth 1: You can’t have a sign in sheet.  ... Read on »
HIPAA Compliant Medical Transcription Services at Competitive Pricings by MTS Transcription Services Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 4:28am MTS Transcription Services (MTS) provides HIPAA compliant medical transcription services at competitive pricings to its clients in the healthcare sector. Being a professional medical transcription company, MTS understands the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of all patient related records, and has implemented excellent security m ... Read on »
California Rules, HIPAA, Headaches by Lori P. Posted Tue 03 Aug 2010 10:18am The rules in California are like none other, when it comes to healthcare.  I have several complaints that have made our experience more difficult than it needed to be. First of all, when we decided to treat in Little Rock, our original diagnosing doctor who assured me before we left that he would work with them and I quote, “All they hav ... Read on »
Dr Jay Gordon, HIPAA violation? Really? by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 4:18pm We’re back to the Huffington Post again and this time rather than Jenny McCarthy’s boyfriend, we’re talking about Jenny McCarthy’s son’s doctor Dr Jay Gordon. He recently blogged about an LA Times piece by fellow medical man Dr Rahul Parikh. In his piece Parikh said: One night, we admitted a 9-month-old girl who was having trouble breat ... Read on »
HITECH Act Blocking Smaller IT Firms-HIPAA Violation Exposure and Medical Record REC Centers at the Core the CompTIA Report by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 08 Aug 2011 4:05am Maybe this is why the Orange County REC center is at a stand still or partially an area that needs to be reviewed to let small companies in the door?   In short the report states that smaller companies would not be able to pay the fines if exposed to the current HIPAA guidelines and it brings focus on how some of the REC centers are operating.  ... Read on »
Digital Doctors” Little Drawer of Paper Charts” Stands to Grow In Size Due to New HIPAA Laws And Insurer Context, Go by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 23 Sep 2013 6:02pm This has gone in California since HMOs came in to play with doctors working with patients when they pay cash and no billing is going to an insurance company to keep a separate file of “paper charts” and of course this benefits the doctor as well as the patient so if needed there is some place to go to reference the information if needed and the ... Read on »