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Know Thy Docs
The consequences of provider duplicates can have far-reaching effects throughout a health care organization.

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Four Health Care Privacy Officer Best Practices

It's Time to Grade Data Breach Responses

Meaningful Use: A View From the Penalty Box

Spotlight on Information Governance

Invisible Information Governance

Getting Your IG Initiative Off the Ground

Legal Concerns in Information Governance

By the Numbers

618,966

According to a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services report, recovery audit contractors (RACs) identified and corrected this number of claims in fiscal year 2015, resulting in $440.69 million in improper payments being corrected— down from $2.57 billion in 2014. The decrease is primarily attributable to a ban on RACs performing patient status reviews.

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