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Freckles and Lawsuits

By |2017-07-14T11:08:35+00:00June 20th, 2017|Compliance|

Virtually every physician knows that patient privacy is sacred. One needs a patient’s affirmative consent to disclose what is known as protected health information. This is covered by state and federal (HIPAA) privacy laws.

If a doctor posts the medical record, that […]

How Doctors Can Avoid Getting Slammed by the FTC and TCPA – Diffusing Marketing Landmines – Part V

By |2017-07-14T11:08:25+00:00May 23rd, 2017|Compliance, Marketing, Online reviews, Practice management|

Maintaining compliance with HIPAA, TCPA, the FTC, and the host of other regulatory boards is complicated. An inadvertent error can result in massive fines, but there is much to be gained from a smart online strategy if you avoid the minefield of potential violations. For the next five weeks, […]

Why Your Marketing Vendor May Be a HIPAA Landmine in Disguise – Diffusing Marketing Landmines – Part IV

By |2017-07-14T11:08:22+00:00May 16th, 2017|Compliance, Marketing, Practice management|

Maintaining compliance with HIPAA, TCPA, the FTC, and the host of other regulatory boards is complicated. An inadvertent error can result in massive fines, but there is much to be gained from a smart online strategy if you avoid the minefield of potential violations. For the next five weeks, we’re breaking down five marketing landmines that […]

Beware of Responding to Online Reviews – Diffusing HIPAA Landmines – Part I

By |2017-07-14T11:08:11+00:00April 28th, 2017|Compliance, Marketing, Online reputation, Online reviews|

Maintaining compliance with HIPAA, TCPA, the FTC, and the host of other regulatory boards is complicated. An inadvertent error can result in massive fines, but there is much to be gained from a smart online strategy if you avoid the minefield of potential violations. For the next five weeks, we’re breaking down five marketing landmines that […]