This presentation is a case study based on alleged violations of HIPAA privacy rules. The study describes how actions by physicians or their employees led to the allegations, and how risk management techniques may have prevented the violations. The ultimate goal in publishing this study is to help physicians comply with privacy and security standards.
FDA Requires Changes to Labeling for Opioid Cough and Cold Medicines
The FDA is requiring safety labeling changes to limit the use of prescription cough and cold medicines cont...
CME Seminar: HOW TO FIGHT THE OPIOID EPIDEMICRegister
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Texas physicians will be required to use new schedule II prescription forms beginning June 1, 2019.
Risk Management Trends
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Addressing transgender health care disparities
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Risk alert: Birth control pills recalled
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Recap: “How to Fight the Opioid Epidemic”
For this year’s spring CME seminars, attorney Brett B. Rowe presented “How to Fight the Opioid Epidemic” in Austin and Houston. Here’s a brief recap with five risk management takeaways for physicians.
Top 10 Risk Management Recommendations
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Top 5 Things That Get Physicians Sued
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Risk alert: False DEA phone calls requesting payment for fines
Criminals posing as U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents are phoning physicians and requesting payment for false fines.
Case Closed: Failure to Recognize Retained Sponge
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Law Requires Texas Physicians to Query PMP Before Prescribing Opioids
Texas physicians will soon be required to check the Texas Prescription Monitoring database before prescribing opioids, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or carisoprodol.
6 Tips to Improve Patient Communication While Using Your EHR
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8 Tips for Improving Patient Satisfaction
TMLT Risk Management manager Tanya Babitch offers 8 tips for improving patient satisfaction with a physician practice or office.
Risk alert: FDA restricts sale of Essure Permanent Birth Control
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