The Doctor’s Advocate | Second Quarter 2015
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Over the years, HIPAA regulations have been affected by new federal laws, and audits have now become an undeniable reality.
Few medical errors are attributed to faulty medical judgment; the majority are attributed to system failures inherent in healthcare delivery.
Excessive or inappropriate use of opiates in the treatment of pain is a major national problem in the delivery of healthcare.
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Second Quarter 2015
A Claim Involving Childhood Vaccination
An Ounce of Prevention
MAC/Sedation Fires Increasing
Government Relations Report
SGR Fix Includes Standard of Care Language
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What to Expect from Litigation
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