Can Abortion Be Limited By Regulating Medical Practice?

Can Abortion Be Limited By Regulating Medical Practice - abortion

Healthcare providers are already burdened with compliance to rules, regulations and legislation. Doctors, especially in the small / solo medical practice, are struggling to comply and stay afloat financially.

  • HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) has been around for a while.
  • The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health / HITECH Act portion of the Stimulus Bill of 2009 is forcing hospitals and physician practices to invest in electronic medical record systems
  • CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) is preparing for stage 3 of meaningful use compliance attestations.
  • And now it looks like the ICD-10 transition will finally become a reality – in less than 3 months!

Despite the fact that electronic medical records / electronic health records (EMR / EHR) software is being implemented, many regulations mean more paperwork and more administrivia.

But these days Abortion

is a HOT topic.

Not for the usual reasons, as politicians are jumping into the presidential race. But it’s more about Planned Parenthood and the explosive, repulsive video which indicates that Planned Parenthood modifying the abortion procedure so they can sell fetal tissue.

So timing of the webinar on the use of medical practice regulation to limit access to abortion, is impeccable. It takes place July 27, 2015 at 9 PM EST. You can register at National Physicians Alliance

This webinar was advertised before the planned parenthood news flash and video made the headlines. But it certainly reinvigorated the conversation about abortion.

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Heart Disease Prevention Healthy Heart Summit

Heart disease

is the #1 cause of death for men and women.
Yet, it is often addressed with stents and bypass surgeries
that only treat the symptoms, not the causes.



Dr. Steven Masley created the Healthy Heart Summit to dispel the myths and misinformation about the causes of heart disease.

And get the truth about lifestyle and heart disease.
(even if you think you know it.)


Here are a few of the incredible experts who will speak at The Healthy Heart Summit:

  • Mark Hyman, MD : Chair of The Institute for Functional Medicine
  • Stephen Sinatra, MD : Cardiologist and the father of metabolic cardiology
  • Sara Gottfried, MD : Harvard trainedphysician, expert on hormones and heart health
  • JJ Virgin, CNS, CHFS : NY Times bestselling author, nutritional expert
  • Mimi Guarneri, MD, FACC : President, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine

With 25 additional presenters sharing their expertise about heart health, this invaluable

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The 30 Healthy Heart Summit expert speakers will give you the most current information about avoiding (and recognizing the signs)of heart disease, and life changing advice on how to live your life with a healthy heart.

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Is Healthcare IT / Medical Device Conference On Your Schedule?

HOT! Healthcare Event:
June 26 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta

If you can make it from noon to 5 pm Thursday
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and Enter promotional code “sandranoble”
for a 10% discount.

(It may be too late.
On June 26, price is supposed to jump
from $99 to $250!)

Join Executives, Investors, Entrepreneurs and Advisors at the
Healthcare Pioneers Conference
JUNE 26 Noon-4pm – Georgia Tech Hotel

Two tracks:
TRACK A: Medical Device Commercialization Workshops
TRACK B: Health IT & Digital Healthcare Workshops

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Enter promotional code “sandranoble”


Is electronic health record adoption a mystery to you?

Don’t have the time or expertise?

Want to take advantage of EHR incentive money?

Then you need

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Do You Have Prescription Drugs Laying Around Your House?

Health Care Provider Public Service Announcement…

One of the reasons for safety caps on

Prescription Drugs

is to prevent children from poisoning themselves. There are plenty of commonly used household products that have warnings about overdose or about contact with skin. Those things may be a necessary evil. But the unused Prescription Drugs can be disposed of.

Do You Have Prescription Drugs Laying Around Your House?

The trick is to dispose of old medications in a safe manner. Continue reading

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Is Health Care Legislation The Only Reason For Electronic Medical Records?

Is Health Care Legislation The Only Reason For Electronic Medical Records?

The health care legislation currently in the news is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), commonly called the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare“. This health care reform act has an individual health care insurance mandate and an employer mandate, but it doesn’t mandate an EMR softare solution.

However, any health care provider who wants to participate in the Obamacare Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), will need Electronic Medical Records to document the clinical aspects of the patient encounter and track encounters to ensure the provider gets credit for contributing to ACO objectives.

Electronic Medical Records Mandate

But the health care legislation that initially mandated the Electronic Health Record (EHR) / Electronic Medical Records (EMR) was the HITECH Act of 2009 (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act). Healthcare providers which accepting Medicare and Medicaid should already be aware of the 2014 deadline for EHR / EMR technology. Medical providers submitting Medicare claims, will begin getting zapped with penalties in 2015.

Is Health Care Legislation The Only Reason For Electronic Medical Records?

All Health Care Providers

Ignoring the Electronic Health Record mandate is not an option, even if you don’t send claims to CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) for reimbursement. Some great reasons below…


Primary Care to Specialist Referral Communication – 12 Reasons to go Electronic. (via ReferralMD Blog – The Business Side of Healthcare) Primary Care Physicians use referralsto supply additional opinions, order laboratory tests, or imaging studies. The variation in referral use and management is varied and is dependent upon several variables. Variables include patient characteristics…


Continue reading

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