For hospitals wishing to expand or support their clinical service offerings by utilizing telemedicine services from distant sites, and for hospitals and other providers wishing to offer those telemedicine services to other hospitals through their practitioners, traditional credentialing mechanisms have proven to be slow, costly and inefficient.
The concept of credentialing by proxy is designed to offer hospitals that wish to expand their services through telemedicine (referred to as “originating site hospitals”, or the sites where patients receiving the telemedicine services are located) a streamlined credentialing process for credentialing distant site telemedicine practitioners.
This is a social media policy for healthcare industry professionals.
This checklist is for the health law industry members to evaluate HIPPA security compliance effectiveness.
This checklist includes the considerations when responding to a document subpoena.
In this template/checklist members of the health law industry can track developments in their acquisition project, using the best due diligence practices.
This is a checklist for professional liability coverage for telemedicine providers.
Construction contracts are often complex and unwieldy with many constituent parts including technical documentation as well as legal provision. This guide will discuss how to navigate those rules and regulations throughout different jurisdictions.