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The new rules on identity theft "red flags" and address discrepancies from the Federal Trade Commission require financial institutions and creditors-including hospitals-to implement programs for detecting, preventing, and mitigating identity theft.
There are a number of legal issues that the move to accountable care raises for hospitals.
HFMA Chair Greg Adams describes why a key to success is maintaining maximum effort, even after early wins.
Simplified Solutions from Emdeon In an important announcement affecting hospitals and physicians, The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has extended the deadline for creditors to implement Red Flags Rule to August 1, 2009. Under this directive, which is aimed at preventing
Under a 2003 law called the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, healthcare organizations will soon be required to have in place a policy on identity theft.
The Federal Trade Commission's identity theft "red flags" rule has wide sweeping ramifications for thousands of healthcare providers nationwide.
This streamlined program for healthcare providers addresses red flag identification, detection and prevention.View Form
Q What tactic can our facility impose when a claim is pending for COB information or accident information from the patient, yet the patient cannot be found? Our facility is working on obtaining better information upfront regarding patient demographics however,
While hospitals seldom have to worry about complying with the Red Flags Rule, they should still take precautions against identify theft.
Hospital finance executives can play an important role in assessing whether proposed transactions between their organizations and physicians meet regulatory standards for being commercially reasonable.
Failing to follow documentation guidelines could pose legal headaches for hospitals. Learn four strategies for improving the accuracy of documentation while remaining compliant.
Eight signs of identify theft and the red flag rule.
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