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Correctional Medical Care Cases A case involving correctional medical care has inherent tension because of the distinct roles of the correctional staff and the medical staff.
Medicaid and Elder Law in Kentucky: The Future of Long Term Care According to the National Clearinghouse for Long Term Care Information,1 long term care consists of supports and services to meet health of personal care...
A Win-Win Solution: Health and Safety Audits What is Partnerships in Health and Safety? First established in 1989, Partnerships in Health and Safety (Partnerships) was developed with the belief that: -when employers...
The Basics of Medical Record Regulation in Texas Chapter One: Concepts of Privacy, Confidentiality and Privilege Chapter Two: Medical Records for Physicians And Other Licensed Health Care Professionals Chapter Three:...
HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: HIPAA Security Rule No generally accepted set of national rules to protect health information existed before HIPAA.
Planning for the Disabled: Special Needs Trusts Special needs trusts, often called supplemental needs trusts or supplemental care trusts, are trusts created for disabled and elderly persons, and which are intended to...
Medical Records Law in Florida Florida law protects the confidentialty of a patient's medical records. However, no one particular state statute exists which provides for the confidentiality of all medical records.
Guardianships and Conservatorships in Arizona When an individual is unable to manage his or her personal or financial decisions a court proceeding can be started to ensure the individual is protected from physical harm.
HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Access to Medical Records Chapter Eight: Access by Patient Consent for Licensed Professionals Chapter Nine: Access by Patient Consent for Health Care Facilities Chapter Ten: Copy...
Medical Records Law in Illinois In late January of 2013, The Department of Health and Human Services issued the long-awaited final revisions to the HIPAA rules, with the final regulations under the HITECH Act.
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