Published June 2002
by Ingenix .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||243|
Create HIPAA policies and procedures to implement with confidence. This comprehensive reference book, written by authors of the AMA's Field Guide to HIPAA Implementation, addresses the cultural and regulatory changes regarding patient privacy in today's health care environment and offers a wide-range of HIPAA policies and procedures that physicians can customize for their medical : Michael W. Hubbard, Karen E. Glover, Carolyn P. Hartley. A Guide to HIPAA Security and the Law bridges the gap between the law and information security practices. Unlike other books on HIPAA, the focus of this book is the HIPAA Security Rule, as modified by the HITECH Act and the HIPAA Final Omnibus : Brittany Persson. Read full reviews of this HIPAA book #3: Understanding HIPAA: The Employer’s Guide to Compliance. pages – ISBN: Read full reviews of this HIPAA book #4: Hipaa Facility Desk Reference: A Facilities’ Guide to Understanding the Administrative Simplification Provisions, pages – ISBN: Read full reviews. To help the facilities manager meet the needs of their organisation, the Facilities Manager’s Desk Reference provides the facilities manager with an invaluable source of highly relevant, practical information on the all the principal FM services, as well as information on legal compliance issues, the development of strategic policies and.
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