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Is Your Pharmacy Staff Prepared for the 2020 Flu Season?

In a year when many patients hesitate to visit a doctor’s office due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, some members of the public may wonder if getting a flu vaccination is worth the risk. In 2020, health experts still recommend getting vaccinated against the flu just as they do every year – in…

Medical Provider Credentialing 101

While medical credentialing might be considered a modern concept, credentialing dates as far back as the practice of medicine itself. The first documentation of credentialing can be traced to 1000 BC by the ancient Persian cult, Zoraster, in which physician licensure was outlined in The Vendidad, the book of the law. The Venidad stated that…

Physician and Surgeon License Verification in California

Physician License Verification in California – The New Letters of Good Standing If your hospital or medical clinic is considering hiring a surgeon or another type of specialized physician, you will want to know as much as possible about the candidate. By requesting a physician or surgeon license verification, you can obtain a written verification…

New HIPAA Guidelines in Telemedicine

Policies are quickly trying to catch up with the growing public health crisis as well as the technology of the digital age. Healthcare regulatory organizations have created three specific policies surrounding patient health information, privacy, and security in response to current healthcare issues. These policy changes created unexpected efficiencies in healthcare processes and profitability. 3…

How to License Your New Pharmacy

The process of becoming a licensed pharmacy can be complex. Pharmacies must obtain all the necessary licenses before they can legally begin operation and requirements for licensure vary widely by state. Before pharmacies begin the permit application process, they are usually required to form a business entity. In consultation with a CPA and attorney, pharmacists…

HHS Announces Pharmacists Can Administer Childhood Vaccines During COVID

In an unprecedented threat to the health of our nation amid the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. health officials have moved to expand access to vaccines that prevent life-threatening diseases. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), under the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act), has expanded access to pharmacists in all 50…

How the HHS Civil Rights Bulletin Affects Healthcare Providers

The COVID-19 pandemic public health emergency requires increased resources for medical treatment. To assist in this effort, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provides federal financial assistance to healthcare providers on the front lines. Recipients of federal funds are required to comply with federal civil rights laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination on…

Healthcare Compliance Annual Review Suggestions

To meet the requirements of increasingly complex healthcare regulations, hospitals and other healthcare entities must ensure the effectiveness of their compliance programs. Before starting your compliance program review, start by becoming familiar with Office of Inspector General (OIG) regulations. Next, it’s time to look at your compliance program. How well does your organization meet these…

Telemedicine Is Here to Stay: How to Navigate Telemedicine and Medical Credentialing

Telemedicine is a rapidly expanding field that has accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proponents argue that telemedicine significantly increases healthcare access for patients in rural areas, seniors on Medicare (1 in 5 who live outside of a major metropolitan area), socioeconomically vulnerable populations in major urban areas, and the next “on-demand” generation. COVID-19 has brought…

The Credentialing and Privileging Process

Healthcare organizations are legally responsible for assuring that individuals providing patient care are credentialed, verified, and competent to do so. In order to guarantee compliance and quality patient care, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), and Health and Human Services (HHS) require that members of the medical…