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Stark Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol (Srdp) And Stark Law, Kip Klingman May 2012

Stark Voluntary Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol (Srdp) And Stark Law, Kip Klingman

Kip Klingman

When you’ve made a serious mistake, sometimes it is best to step forward and confess before the government regulators find out on their own. The federal Stark Law, governing physician self-referral, provides a mechanism for voluntary disclosing a violation, but using that option requires a carefully crafted game plan.


Hipaa - What Rns Need To Know, Kip Klingman May 2012

Hipaa - What Rns Need To Know, Kip Klingman

Kip Klingman

“HIPAA regulations were instituted to protect the privacy of individuals by safeguarding individually identifiable healthcare records, including those housed in electronic media.”


"Time To Lead" Motives-Attributes-Skills Knowledge (Mask) Base In Leadership Performance, Chris D. Bellamy Dec 2011

"Time To Lead" Motives-Attributes-Skills Knowledge (Mask) Base In Leadership Performance, Chris D. Bellamy

Dr. Chris D. Bellamy

In today’s business environment, executives are seeking ways to identify new leaders which are well rounded in terms of their motivations, attributes, skills, knowledge and abilities to manage people. Companies invest in skill development of existing managers and often in potential managers. The Motivations-Attributes-Skills-Knowledge (MASK) model establishes the framework for baselining leadership behaviors and competencies for assessment and measurement verses a subjective annual performance evaluation. The model establishes behavior patterns that can be used to quantify and qualify as predictors of present and future leadership performance. This model is the standard by which business leaders can use to significantly ...