Compliance & Legal

eClinicalWorks certification
By Tom Sullivan 12:06 pm July 24, 2017
Here’s a look at issues in eClinicalWorks electronic health record that could create difficulties for clients, what the company has done since the DOJ settlement, and actions it recommends customers take now.
bill rolls back meaningful use EHRs
By Jessica Davis 11:32 am July 21, 2017
Introduced Thursday to the Energy and Commerce Committee, the bill would reduce the volume of future EHR-related significant hardship requests.
By 05:45 am July 21, 2017
The list of the vendors that have 2015 Edition compliant products on the market today continues to grow.
HIPAA compliance
By Mike Miliard 03:33 pm July 20, 2017
Designed to help providers as more patients exercise their rights to access their health data, the new tool comports with guidelines from both OCR and ONC.
Soon-Shiong lawsuit
By Jessica Davis 03:03 pm July 13, 2017
Altor Bioscience stakeholders say the NantHealth CEO low-balled the company’s value and paid off two directors in an attempt to buy the company through a sweetheart deal.
Healthcare pros more suspicious of all EHR vendors after eClinicalWorks scandal
By Tom Sullivan 02:12 pm July 12, 2017
With the Department of Justice expected to widen its false claims probe, 35 percent of healthcare insiders say trust in all electronic health records vendors is waning.
Soon-Shiong NantHealth sued by Precision Biologics
By Jessica Davis 12:13 pm July 12, 2017
A Precision Biologics stockholder is accusing the NantHealth founder and controlling board members of breaching contract and fiduciary duty.
Kaspersky Lab

Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Lab founder. Photo via WikiCommons

By Jessica Davis 03:27 pm July 11, 2017
Bloomberg obtained emails that reportedly tie the security firm to the Russian government, but Kaspersky said they chose to manipulate facts to “fit the agenda of certain individuals desperately wanting there to be inappropriate ties.”
eClinicalWorks patient data
By Tom Sullivan 02:45 pm July 10, 2017
But the EHR vendor says that clients own their data and can get it transferred back.
upcoding healthcare lab tests

Photo via Google Maps

By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:22 pm July 05, 2017
DOJ says court documents show Carolinas upcoded numerous tests, triggering higher payouts from government programs.

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