By Matt Fisher – The spotlight continues to shine brightly on HIPAA, especially as an excuse, when it comes to professional athletes responding to questions around COVID vaccine status. The most recent string of erroneous responses started strongly over the summer when NFL training camps kicked into gear.Read More
This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include Deep Lens, Pacific Cancer Care, DreaMed Diabetes, Proscia, ePlus Inc., Twin Health, OneMedNet, Arterys, GNS Healthcare, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Aidoc, Subtle Medical, & more.
By Matt Fisher – The Office for Civil Rights announced its twentieth HIPAA right of access settlement on September 10, 2021, which continues the initiative that has been a primary focal point of enforcement for the past couple of years.
By Matt Fisher – A common area of HIPAA that receives a lot of attention by organization is the Security Rule. The focus is driven by the requirement to implement various policies, procedures, and processes to secure the protected health information in each organization’s possession.
By Matt Fisher – The aim of the recent Getting Back to Basics post was to re-establish the key fundamentals of how HIPAA operates. To summarize in a sentence, HIPAA applies to certain defined entities working or interacting with healthcare information related to an individual.
By Matt Fisher – The constant discussions around the impact and operation of the regulations implementing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA (yes, there are 2 A’s and only 1 P) as it is more commonly referred to, have made it an interesting time to be a healthcare attorney and one focused a lot on the operation of HIPAA.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of July that we think deserve sharing again.
By Matt Fisher – Remote patient (or physiologic per Medicare) monitoring is an area of telehealth receiving a fair amount of attention. The basic premise of RPM is to record and obtain physiologic data about in an individual in their daily life that is then fed to the care team, which in turn enables management of an identified condition.
There are a lot of lists and tips our there with 5 things you should know. These got me to click through will they entice you too? And we start our list with radio host Matt Fisher being interviewed on the easy subject of what we need to do to improve our healthcare system! And not to be out done by Starting a Single Cell Sequencing Project.