Seminar: Medical Records Law in Arizona

Tucson, AZ | October 25, 2011 | ID#386936

Save time and money by improving your organization’s efficiency in handling medical records.

Get surefire techniques for avoiding complaints, penalties and even lawsuits – learn to tackle even the toughest medical records dilemmas in just one day! In today’s changing legal landscape, staying current is crucial to avoid costly fines and time-consuming legal battles.

Attend this practical seminar and gain critical information on confidentiality, disclosure, documentation requirements and HIPAA issues you face every day. Sign up now – don’t miss this opportunity to get up to date on the latest regulations and compliance strategies from the foremost experts in your area.

Benefits for You

  • Steer clear of fines: find out what you must know about HIPAA’s privacy and security rules
  • Save money by learning the best records retention practices
  • Get up to speed on the legal definition of medical records … and why this is so important
  • Don’t panic when faced with special medical records situations, such as the rights of minors, powers of attorney or sensitive health issues

Moderator: Carol Whittle, R.N., B.S.N., M.B.A., Emergency Department Nurse
Terry J. Dalke, Attorney at Law
Mandi J. Karvis, Sanders & Parks, P.C.
Michele G. Thompson, Udall Law Firm, LLP
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Where Is It?
Radisson Suites
6555 East Speedway Boulevard
Tucson, AZ

Who Will Be There?
This seminar is designed for medical records directors, health information directors, business managers, office managers, nurses, hospital administrators, compliance directors, release of records professionals and attorneys.

How Do I Register?
Download Registration Form
telephone: 866-352-9539
fax: 715-833-3953

By mail: (include registration form and payment)
Lorman Education Services
Dept. 5382, P.O. Box 2933
Milwaukee, WI 53201-2933
seminar id: 386936

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