Monthly Archives: May 2014

Boston Medical’s PHI breach – good security makes a difference

Lately if you read health care news, you will see security breaches hitting your news feed on a regular basis. There was recently a breech announced where a transcription company caused Boston Medical issues in patient documentation. I received the … Continue reading

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Surviving Windows 8

Windows 8 is a strange animal. The most important trick to surviving it is to not fight it. I’m not saying that I love Windows. Far from it! What I’m saying is that looking for what it does well instead … Continue reading

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Don’t play hide and seek with transcription costs

In case you missed it, the April issue of “For the Record” magazine included an article about transcription contracts entitled “And it shall be written – Forging successful transcription agreements.” Linda Sullivan, CEO of NEMT, was one of the key … Continue reading

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Contracts: It’s not just what is written — and even if it is written …

In recently reviewing our standard client contract, it occurred to me that the reality of the relationship is frequently not reflected in the contractual agreement. It is true that contracts are largely ignored until something of significance and out of … Continue reading

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