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Compliance guide for the medical practice; how to attain and maintain a compliant medical practice.

9781579477813

Compliance guide for the medical practice; how to attain and maintain a compliant medical practice.

Trites, Patricia A.

American Medical Association

2006

$74.95

Loose-leaf Pages in a Ring Binder

R728

In this three-ring binder/CD-ROM package, Trites, CEO of a healthcare compliance consulting firm, explains why and how to comply with governmental regulations related to running a medical practice. Chapters cover billing and reimbursement compliance, limited English proficiency, personnel policies, ERISA, OSHA and DOT compliance, the Clinical Laboratory Improvements Act, and HIPAA administrative simplification. Each chapter contains a compliance checklist for the chapter's topic, based on guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General (OIG) for individual and small group practices in 2000. Numerous tables and sample forms are included. The three-ring binder format allows for easy reproduction of forms and checklists. The CD-ROM contains sample forms and OIG practice guidelines from the book.

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