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Avoid these HIPAA Land Mines Involving Your Practitioners

Avoid these HIPAA Land Mines Involving Your Practitioners' Cell Phones


Part B Insider vol. 12 , No. 31, pp. 244-246, September 2011
(September 2011)

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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Trish Markus is quoted extensively in this article.

Copyright 2011, The Coding Institute, www.codinginstitute.com.
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