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Best Practices for Meaningful Use Preparation

Selecting and implementing the ideal Electronic Health Record  for your practice can be a daunting task. If done properly, it can change the way your practice works – for the better. 124 more words

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Technology, HIPAA and You Part 3: HHS Security Risk Analysis Tool

This is the third part of my series on HIPAA compliance tools, apps and hardware. This week I focus on the Security Risk Analysis tool published by the Department of Health and Human Services. 1,023 more words

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Value Based Care: what we can learn from those who succeeded (and failed) in Year 1 of the Medicare Shared Savings Program?

By Randall Williams, MD*

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” — Albert Einstein

If you want to lead your organization to success with value based care, I’d like to help you avoid the mistake of committing organizational insanity.

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Technology, HIPAA and You Part 2: NIST Tool

This is the second part of my series on HIPAA compliance tools, apps and hardware. This week I focus on the NIST HIPAA Toolkit.

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HIPAA, Technology, and You Part 1: Encryption

Over the past eight months I worked to evaluate, demo and test out a wide array of apps, hardware, services and programs all designed to assist companies with HIPAA Compliance.   1,895 more words

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Gold Rush

In our elementary and secondary education, we all learned about the Gold Rush in the mid 19th century to California. What once was an fairly unknown territory in the Wild West would soon become the destination for those seeking riches. 212 more words

Do you know your team?

I had promised another feature post next “After the Gold Ruah”, but today something hit me pretty hard. A rather large milestone GoLive is taking place tomorrow for a project that has been ongoing for the past two years. 175 more words