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SOURCE EMR Legal and Veterans Press
EMR Legal announced today that it will conduct a comprehensive workshop April 16-17, 2014, in Dallas to help organizations become HIPAA and HITECH Act compliant and audit ready.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For HIPAA violations, DHHS has been imposing huge civil money penalties, ranging from $100,000 to $4.3 million, on such organizations as small physician practices, hospices, dermatology practices, major health systems, health plans, and business associates. DHHS almost always cites one or more of the following areas of noncompliance:
Don't end up on the DHHS Big Breachers Wall of Shame! Our experts will help attendees determine where they are not compliant and what they need to do to get compliant-and will make certain that they have all that they need to do so. Included with the cost of the workshop are the following:
Because of our ongoing commitment to helping organizations become and remain HIPAA compliant, EMR Legal offers seminars, webinars, private training, and presentations for national organizations. For a complete listing of available resources, please visit the Veterans Press HIPAA Training Seminars page. And sign up for our free HIPAA & HITECH Act Blog by Jonathan P. Tomes.
"I started working on compliance issues in health information actually before HIPAA in 1990," said Jonathan P. Tomes, President of EMR Legal/Veterans Press. "I was writing and teaching compliance with the pre-HIPAA health information compliance laws and regulations. I wrote the first book on how to comply with HIPAA, The Compliance Guide to HIPAA and the DHHS Regulations. I have continued writing, teaching, consulting, giving legal opinions, and testifying as an expert witness on HIPAA issues fulltime since 1998 and continue to develop new products and services to help organizations become and remain HIPAA compliant. My articles have appeared in Journal of AHIMA, Health Data Management, Medical Claims Management, Credit Card Management, Journal of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, Journal of Health Care Finance, Journal of Health Care Compliance, American Medical News, and ACCA Docket, among others.
Attorneys and national HIPAA consulting experts Jonathan P. Tomes and Richard D. Dvorak founded Veterans Press, Inc., in 1996, the oldest publisher of HIPAA compliance books, guides, and manuals in the nation. We have been providing health care compliance expertise since the Privacy Rule was issued in draft form and have consulted and trained more than 1,000 organizations since 1998.
Patrick R. Head II
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