HIPAA Desk Reference for Physician Practices: A Guide to Understanding the Administrative Simplification Provisions
HIPAA Desk Reference is a straightforward, practical, and easy-to-use reference that provides a fundamental understanding of all the HIPAA provisions. This product will break the regulation down into targeted and manageable components, allowing users to improve their knowledge of the regulations and assist in the development of critical assessment questions.
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