Free Report - Questions and Answers on Hot HIPAA Issues

Signed into law August 21, 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was designed to simplify the administration of health care and health benefit payments. But the Act has exploded with new regulations and guidelines in the last couple of years, making it anything but simple.

Straight from the pages of AHI's FAQs On HIPAA, this free report gives you a plain-English summary of the complex regulations of HIPAA, along with a detailed Q&A section that will help keep your HIPAA initiatives compliant.

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