The US Department of Health and Human Services (HIPAA - Administrative Simplification). Lists information on privacy, security, transactions and code sets, and unique identifiers.
The Office of the Inspector General. Lists information on federal regulations, fraud prevention and detection, and audit and inspection reports. Also offers access to excluded individuals/entities databases.
US Government Printing Office. Provides access to official government information.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (HIPAA Only). Lists detailed information about the many requirements of HIPAA.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (formerly HCFA). Displays information about Medicare, Medicaid, and the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) from the federal agency that administers them.
New York State Department of Health. Includes information on state laws, Medicaid, and many other health care and compliance related issues for New York State providers.
The US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Main page of DHHS site that serves as a direct source for all Compliance Program Guidelines from The Office of the Inspector General.
Office for Civil Rights. Displays information related to the protection of medical information as provided for in the HIPAA regulations. Also lists information on procedures for investigation of complaints and penalties for non-compliance.
Medical Management Resources, Inc. Provides physicians and hospitals with full-service medical billing, ASP/shared service, practice management support and provider credentialing services.
Upstate (NY) Medicare Division. Allows access to beneficiary and provider information.
Upstate (NY) Medicare Division. Serves as source for HIPAA and EMC updates.
Washington Publishing Company. Lists downloadable versions of the specifications for HIPAA's transaction standards.
Workshop for Data Interchange/Strategic National Implementation Project. Non-profit organization dedicated to smoothing the implementation of the transaction standards. Comprised of many different organizations in the health care industry.
New York State Department of Health. Provides detailed information on results of the preemption analysis between HIPAA's requirements and New York State law.
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