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New Year’s Resolution: Dust Off That EHR Contract

Added on December 11, 2017

As seen in Healthcare IT News. With lawsuits against eClinicalWorks, Epic and 62 hospitals over EHR use, are you certain your contract is solid enough to protect your org? Time to take another look. Ever since hospitals started implementing electronic health record software, certain concerns have lingered in hospital executives’ minds about accountability, liability, even Read More…

Fourth-Grade Jury Acquits Santa Claus In Federal Court

Added on December 11, 2017

As seen in the San Antonio Express News. Jury foreman Mixtli Bolaños, 9, and his friend wanted to convict Santa Claus of endangering children and violating the law that separates church and state. But the other jurors, also fourth graders at James Bonham Academy, brought Mixtli around Saturday morning, reminding him what happened after Santa Read More…

What to Consider Before Striking an EMR Contract

Added on December 6, 2017

As seen in Healthcare Analytics News. As legislation like the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act encourages (or requires) healthcare systems to adopt electronic medical records (EMRs), providers are faced with a series of potential pitfalls. And in light of high-profile data breaches and recent lawsuits over mishandled healthcare data, it Read More…

Congress Looks to Crack Down on Counterfeit Opioids

Added on November 27, 2017

As seen in WPXI News. Members of Congress are looking for ways to crack down on one of the tools of the trade for criminals making dangerous, fake pills. A House committee investigating the opioid crisis…wants to know why anyone can buy a machine that can churn out counterfeit drugs. Sellers say they’re for making Read More…

Independent Classification Isn’t Dead Yet in Trucking

Added on November 3, 2017

As seen in FleetOwner. In June of 2017, the USA Today newspaper released “Rigged,” an investigative report highlighting abuses of leased owner-operator drivers at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The sensational news story claimed that the trucking industry is rife with labor violations and that drivers are forced into a life of indentured servitude. Read More…