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Heart Health and Compliance: Reflections for American Heart Month
February is a month filled with hearts. With the endless rows of heart-shaped boxes at the store, internal debates about the health merits of chocolate, and reminders of American Heart Month, you cannot escape discussions surrounding this important organ. Healthcare providers can keep hearts healthy for Valentine’s Day this year by working with patients to help manage their risk factors for heart disease, like high blood pressure or cholesterol.
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| Categories: AIHC Free CEU Articles, AIHC Professional Articles, Mental and Physical Health | Tags: CDC, Department of Veterans Affairs, National Institutes of Health, Providers, HIPAA Covered Entities, HIPAA, Security, Privacy, Compliance, CDI, Coding, ICD-10, ICD-10-CM, Mobile Devices, mHealth, EHR, Continuing Education, Healthcare Employees, Training, Heart Health | View Count: (378)
HIPAA Compliance Challenges for Rural Healthcare Organizations
Rural healthcare providers play a vital role in keeping people healthy across the nation. After all, almost one in five people in the United States lives in a rural area. Being located in these areas, however, can often result in some unique challenges for rural healthcare organizations. Such issues can leave rural providers vulnerable to noncompliance, fraud, and everything in between.
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| Categories: AIHC Professional Articles, Compliance, Health IT, HIPAA Privacy and Security | Tags: DOJ, ONC, HRSA, Providers, Rural Providers, HIPAA, Security, Privacy, HIPAA Covered Entities, Compliance, Telehealth, Training, Healthcare Employees, Mobile Devices, Interoperability, Cost Reporting, False Claims Act | View Count: (511)
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Protecting Health Information When It Goes Mobile

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Protecting Health Information When It Goes Mobile
The world is constantly in motion, and many people want their access to information to follow suit. At your healthcare organization, do you use mobile devices to manage health information? What about cloud storage? Have you developed any mobile applications for patient use? If you answered yes to any of these questions, do you also stay up to date on relevant privacy and security regulations surrounding these tools?
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| Categories: AIHC Professional Articles, HIPAA Privacy and Security | Tags: HHS, OCR, US-CERT, NIST, ONC, Homeland Security, Providers, Outpatient, HIPAA, Security, Privacy, HIPAA Covered Entities, Compliance, Healthcare Employees, Mobile Devices, Training, Health IT, mHealth | View Count: (434)
Texting as a Healthcare Provider: Risks, Uses, and HIPAA Compliance
For many people, texting to communicate with others is almost second nature. However, if you are a healthcare professional or work with protected health information, think twice before using your phone to quickly communicate or obtain information for work. Mobile device security is a requirement for all HIPAA covered entities and enforcing compliance in mobile device use is an effective way to mitigate risk and avoid HIPAA breaches.
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| Categories: AIHC Professional Articles, HIPAA Privacy and Security | Tags: HHS, Joint Commission, ONC, Providers, HIPAA, Security, Privacy, HIPAA Covered Entities, Compliance, Healthcare Employees, Texting, Mobile Devices, Training | View Count: (726)
Internet Addiction: The Complications of Internet Gaming and Smartphones
From shopping to socializing, the average individual uses the internet multiple times every day, so what happens when that use becomes problematic, or even addictive? Online gaming and mobile phones are just a couple of ways that people access the Internet every day. Find out more in Part Two of this two-part article, where we discuss how Internet Gaming Disorder and smartphone use can relate to this unique condition.
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| Categories: Mental and Physical Health, AIHC Professional Articles | Tags: WHO, ICD-10, Coding, Training, Addiction, Mobile Devices, DSM-5 | View Count: (3388)
Internet Addiction: A Digital Problem in the Real World
From shopping to socializing, the average individual uses the internet multiple times every day, so what happens when that use becomes problematic, or even addictive? Internet addiction goes by many names, like Compulsive Internet Use (CIU) and iDisorder. Find out more in Part One of this two-part article, where we discuss the definition, symptoms, and diagnosis of this unique condition.
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| Categories: Mental and Physical Health, AIHC Professional Articles | Tags: WHO, ICD-10, Coding, Training, Addiction, Mobile Devices | View Count: (3297)
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