Monthly Archives: October 2012

We the people (and our pre-election hysteria)

Over the last few weeks we have all been watching the presidential campaigns heat up and particularly for those of us who live in swing states, the partisan rhetoric is getting angrier on both sides. It’s not the candidates or … Continue reading

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HIPAA: Do it more than once a year

I recently attended AHIMA and had the pleasure of taking extra classes in all things related to HIPAA in preparation for my CHPS exam.  During the past year I have also attended many state meetings and listened to others speak … Continue reading

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Parents made obsolete by automatic diaper changer

That sounds pretty silly, doesn’t it? No one would dare suggest that we not change our own babies’ diapers, yet some types of automation are just as ridiculous. We don’t even want to peel our own hard boiled eggs. As … Continue reading

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Hypnotized at AHIMA 2012

Attending an AHIMA annual meeting is all about schedules and keeping up with the overwhelming number of opportunities to learn the pressing HIM issues and newest implications of legislation; and about networking with peers who are walking the same challenging … Continue reading

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Hip, hip HIPAA (hooray!)

At NEMT, we’re in the process of completing our annual HIPAA testing of each and every individual in the company. When we began HIPAA testing several years ago, we made a decision to test every person in the company – … Continue reading

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