Monthly Archives: September 2012

Trial by fire (and mud): the no-pressure challenge

“Frank O’Connor, the Irish writer, tells in one of his books how, as a boy, he and his friends would make their way across the countryside, and when they came to an orchard wall that seemed too high and too … Continue reading

Posted in News and stories | 1 Comment

Yes Virginia, there is an interesting book about HIPAA

In day to day life, a person working with medical records is often asked to discuss how to handle an issue that relates to HIPAA privacy rule compliance. Although your facility probably has a compliance officer, understanding how to handle … Continue reading

Posted in HIPAA | Tagged | Leave a comment

Reading is fun … and free

In the old days free books were only available at the library. Well, the library is still there and better than ever. Most of them now offer the ability to electronically download books without leaving your house. If you’re not … Continue reading

Posted in News and stories | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Celebrating the workforce

Labor Day as a holiday I think has more significance to me than many. Yes, July 4th kicks off the summer and Thanksgiving ushers in the holiday season but Labor Day is a true turning point in many ways. Beyond … Continue reading

Posted in News and stories | Tagged , | Leave a comment