CAP understands: the administrative tasks associated with running a practice these days can feel overwhelming. To help lighten the load, we are continually publishing instructional guides - available in print and digital format - that address timely practice-related issues, such as securing proper payment and reimbursement, managing your online reputation, achieving HIPAA compliance, HR management, and more.
A variety of guides to help you meet the latest healthcare regulations, improve patient satisfaction, and increase the success of your practice.
Our self-assessment kit covers office systems, paper medical records, electronic health records, and more. Incluses an easy-to-use checklist.
Being aware of cyber risk makes your practice safer against potential threats and better able to reach if a cyber attack occurs
Explore the other types of coverage available to physicians, what these policies cover, and how to make an informed decision for you and your practice.
The updated, customizable human resources manual will be available at the end of February 2017. Available now is the 2016 human resources manual, updated with California laws as of September 2015.
While it is nearly impossible to ensure you will never experience a HIPAA breach, there are a number of preventative measures you and your staff can take.
Featuring real-life risk management lessons culled from more than 70 CAP litigated medical malpractice cases to help you avoid similar risks in your practice.
The 12 case studies in this booklet are compiled from medical professional liability disputes that found their way into California courts and arbitration panels.
Learn how to handle and respond to negative patient reviews and build a strong online presence through positive patient reviews and social media.
In this guide, the frequently asked questions and their answers will assist you and your practice in adopting the ICD-10 code set.
You cannot afford to not comply with HIPAA . We cover the act’s new requirements, as well as the steps you need to take to comply with current standards.