Tag Archives: Regulatory Compliance

Text or Email: Does it Fit in Healthcare?

Communication by text or email is a part of daily life. Such forms of communication occur non-stop and through a variety of means whether it be Gmail, WhatsApp, iMessage, or any other number of services. However, the question that arises … Continue reading

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HIPAA: Healthcare’s Favorite Scapegoat

Stop if you’ve heard either of these or some other variation before: I can’t tell you anything about that patient because of HIPAA or I can’t give you a copy of your medical records because of HIPAA or HIPAA doesn’t … Continue reading

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Has the Stark Law Outlived Its Usefulness?

With healthcare gradually¬†(or rapidly) moving from a fee for service (“FFS”) world to a value-based care world, questions about the laws and regulations governing relationships within healthcare are increasing. The predominant current regulatory framework, exemplified by the Stark Law and … Continue reading

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