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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Sandra Noble