Monthly Archives: May 2013

Let’s talk about HIPAA training

In my last blog article, I discussed the changes that the Omnibus Rule creates.  These changes, and future changes for that matter, mean that we need to provide training to our workforce so they know how they and their jobs … Continue reading

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Sound the alarm!

As promised, this month we will cover a product known as Zone Alarm (www.zonealarm.com). Zone Alarm is a personal firewall for your PC. If you don’t know what a firewall is, see my previous blog article. Zone Alarm is free … Continue reading

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Drug allergies meet paper records

Like everyone else in the healthcare industry, I’ve been focused a lot on Meaningful Use implementation and the rise of EHRs. We all do a lot of grumbling about the cost and complications of change but I got a good … Continue reading

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Questions to ask yourself every day

Marshall Goldsmith is always worth listening to. I was fortunate enough to attend the Women Presidents’ annual conference in Dallas last week. The keynote speaker was Marshall Goldsmith. I’ve heard him speak before and his message was not significantly different … Continue reading

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