How can you protect personal health information (PHI), medical records, and patient communication when the provider is also the patient?
Tag: long-term care
New rules from the Health and Human Services (HHS) department put stricter guardrails on how and when healthcare organizations provide access to PHI.
Compliance expert Martie Ross explains critical regulatory change management issues facing healthcare in 2022
Martie Ross, Office Managing Principal, PYA Ross addressed the Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association’s Healthcare Legal Compliance Forum in December 2021. Ross covered federal
Featured speakers: Marcus Hughes, Associate General Counsel, UMass Memorial Health; Meg Cosgrove, Associate General Counsel, Beth Israel Lahey Health. Moderated by Jeremy Sherer, Healthcare Attorney,
Compliance officers reflect on COVID pivots and preparing for the end of the public health emergency
Featured speakers: Craig Bennett, Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, Boston Medical Center; Rachel Lerner, Esq., General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Director, Center for
State and Federal enforcement agencies anticipating more complex investigations as COVID-era practices emerge
Featured speakers: Toby R. Unger, Chief of Medicaid Fraud Division, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General; and Patrick Callahan, Healthcare Fraud Unit, US Attorney’s Office.
The Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association recently convened its Healthcare Legal Compliance Forum to update members on key areas of regulatory change, compliance and enforcement
Protect hospital revenues and build patient trust with effective compliance to the No Surprises Act federal requirements. Revise procedures related to out-of-network providers.