Monthly Archives: April 2016

Procrastinate later

How are we individually and collectively doing on our 2016 goals and to-do lists? Mid-April is a good point to check in – we’re 3 months into the 12-month cycle, so plenty of time to assess and perhaps re-adjust goals … Continue reading

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Here come the HIPAA audits

The Office of Civil Rights (OCR) started phase 2 of the HIPAA audit program on March 21, 2016.  Phase 2 will primarily be desk audits but depending on what they find, there will be some on-site audits as well. The … Continue reading

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Wearing your health on your sleeve

Sure, we’ve all got FitBits or Apple Watches or any number of other wearables designed to track our sleep and exercise. And sure, we all think they’re going to help us to be healthier. But here’s the thing — they … Continue reading

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Why didn’t I think of that?

Working from home can be tough, especially if you work the late night shift.  What do you do if you have computer problems when the IT department is not available?  To answer that question, I thought I would devote this … Continue reading

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