HITECH Act and HIPAA Omnibus Rule HIPAA was enacted in 1996, the ARRA HITECH Act in 2009, the HIPAA Omnibus Rule in 2013. In January 2020, a Federal Court ruled…
On December 24, 2020 the Senate passed new legislation H.R.7898 - "To amend the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act) to require the Secretary of…
healthcare expert witness work in medical coding and billing, usual customary and reasonable cost of care, HIPAA Privacy, HITECH Act, and Affordable Care act require special considerations
Peyton Manning's privacy was violated by Guyer Institute IF the press is accurately presenting the facts about the patient and the HIPAA covered entity.
The HITECH Act, which was enacted as part of ARRA, promotes the adoption and meaningful use of health information technology. Subtitle D of the HITECH Act addresses the privacy and security concerns associated with the electronic transmission of health information. While the HITECH Act mirrors HIPAA, it elaborates with specific requirements
Flex-IT would negate the latest final rule from CMS, adjusting the program reporting timeline from a full year to any three-month quarter.
By June 13, 2013 only three vendors are ready for inpatient, and three for ambulatory on the CMS website that shows which EHR vendors have their product certified for Meaningful Use under the 2014 Standard. This creates an issue for all Eligible Providers (EPs) who achieved meaningful use Stage 1. Unless their EHR vendor meets the Stage 2 requirements, those EPs no longer qualify for Meaningful Use stimulus dollars.