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It is imperative to have a system in place that allows the release of complete, legible, and organized records from your medical office.
Phishing emails and other social engineering schemes have become increasingly sophisticated and harder to recognize. This presentation provides the do's and don'ts to help keep your email secure.
Connected devices generate and store data for their various functions, posing serious security and privacy concerns. This presentation is intended to warn physicians of the risks with using internet c
Case studies about violations of HIPAA privacy rules.
The rules that govern medical records can be complex and confusing.
Times change, but the advice stays the same
The Fifth Circuit Court disagreed with the OCR’s interpretation of the encryption and disclosure provisions.
A discussion of releasing the medical records of children and young adults, especially those in college.
How to text patients and colleagues without violating the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
Documentation pitfalls related to electronic medical records (EMRs) and how to avoid them.
Improper disposal of electronic devices and media puts the information stored on those devices at risk for a breach. And when devices contain protected health information (PHI), it puts your patient’s
Physicians will be charged a fee of $50 for access to the prescription monitoring program through their EHR. Online access through PMP AWARxE will continue free of charge.
A brief description of federal and Texas rules for charging for copies of medical records.
Learn about the legal requirements for releasing medical records to patients.
If your practice has experienced structural or flood damage from Hurricane Harvey, please refer to these guidelines for handling destroyed records.
Recently the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center issued an alert concerning SSL 3.0 protocol vulnerability and POODLE attack.
A guide to preventing claims and promoting patient safety
View part three of a three-part video series on improving physician/patient interactions.
Resources for staying compliant with HIPAA in emergency situations.
As EHR use increases rapidly, TMLT is focused on helping physicians reduce their medical liability risks as they navigate the world of electronic documentation. Please consider the following to help r