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HIPAA Security Risk Assessment: Going Beyond Regulatory Compliance
By Joseph Loecher on July 1, 2019

If your organization transmits, receives, maintains, or stores protected health information, whether hard copy (PHI) or electronic (ePHI), your organization must comply with the Health...

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Breaching the Walls of Unsecured Patient Data
By Freed Maxick on February 3, 2014

By: Shawn M. Frier, CPA, CFE, CMPE Director   The focus of protected health information (PHI) privacy has increased a great deal due to the rise in data breaches. In the last two years at...

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The IRS releases updated guidance on CHNA
By Freed Maxick on November 4, 2013

By: Freed Maxick Healthcare: Carol Cassell, Barbara Losi, Sandra DeSimone As part of the Affordable Care Act, the IRS has released proposed regulations, in addition to section 501 (r),...

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2013 NYS Bones Annual Conference - Speaking Engagement
By Freed Maxick on October 14, 2013

October 17-18, 2013 The Desmond Hotel, Albany New York 2013 NYS Bones Annual Conference The 6th Annual NYS Bones Conference will be held Thursday and Friday, October 17-18, 2013 in Albany,...

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Special Report: Timeline of 2013–2018 Tax Changes in Health Care Reform Legislation
By Freed Maxick on May 30, 2013

Thomson Reuters- President Obama’s signature on the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 completed a massive overhaul of the U.S. health care system that was started with...

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Should Your Hospital Be Operating on Principles of Lean Management?
By Jack Sieber on March 5, 2013

Applying Six Sigma Principles to Your Hospital’s Operations and Management Author: Jack Sieber Even though “lean management” has been around for years, many hospitals are still reluctant...

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