Physician Practice

Seven steps to practice compliance

Physician Practice Perspective, March 21, 2002

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Developing a compliance plan can help your family practice work more efficiently, accurately record your processes, and avoid fraud and abuse investigations. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has made it clear that it will continue to increase its focus on physician practices.Speaking at the 2001 American Health Information Management Association's annual convention, LaVonne Wieland, RHIT, information privacy director for HealthEast in St. Paul, MN, provides some examples of how to get started.Streamlining your workflowWorking more efficiently is a common goal, and in the pro

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