NueMD is conducting a survey of medical practices, billing companies, and business associates about HIPAA compliance.
NueMD 4.0 is the latest update to our practice management and medical billing software. The update brings a modern look and feel to the system and allows smoother transactions between billers, doctors’ offices, payers and patients.
A recent announcement of Java 7 security vulnerabilities coupled with broader HIPAA patient security rules have many healthcare professionals asking, “What does Java 7 have to do with healthcare?” The answer is: More than you think.
Nuesoft is conducting a survey to learn about healthcare professionals’ attitudes regarding the recent transition to ANSI version 5010 and the upcoming conversion to ICD-10. If your business was impacted by the recent switch to version 5010, or you are concerned your business will be impacted by the transition to ICD-10 please complete the survey by clicking the button below. We hope that your responses will help software companies better prepare for changes in HIT standards.
The “red flags” rule is now scheduled to take effect on June 1, 2010, after another delay announced earlier this week by the Federal Trade Commission as it considersnew legislation that would exempt small businesses, including medical practices, from compliance.
Consider this question. Say the mother of a 22-year old student that you have treated requests to see her daughter’s medical records. The Bursar’s office confirms that the student is listed as a dependent for tax purposes. There seems to be no urgent reason for such a release and the student does not wish to give her mother access. How would you protect the privacy of her information?