Tag Archives: HIPAA

PCMHs and ACOs: Are They Working?

How effective are Patient Centered Medical Homes and Accountable Care Organizations? Maryland experts describe how both models are improving care and why the new Maryland Medicare waiver may provide an impetus to both.

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Common Sense Measures Ensure a HIPPAA Compliant Practice

By: Sigrid C. Haines Are you and your staff confused by the many evolving rules of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) and overlapping state laws? Are you tired of attending mind-numbing seminars? If so, you have lots of company. As non-compliance can be costly, a few common sense tips to help […]

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Healthcare IT: Should you Store EHR Data Onsite or Offsite?

Where should you store your EHR information for superior access and security? Maryland physicians and IT experts discuss the pros and cons of storing data in a client server model vs. the cloud to help you determine what’s right for your practice.

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