The Advisor – Compliance Newsletters

Compliance Matters:  The News You Need Regarding OSHA, HIPAA, and Infection Control Compliance

Every month, TMC distributes complimentary newsletters covering important topics in the world of medical and dental compliance. These newsletters are free to anyone who visits our site and chooses to subscribe.

TMC Advisors

  • February Advisor 2018 – Flu: One More Time, Clutter Can Cost You, and Officer Webinars.
  • January Advisor 2018 – Who Should Be Your OSHA and HIPAA Officer?, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):  Nice to Have or Required?, Compressed Gases:  Safe Storage and Handling, and Human Resource Compliance Modules Now Available.
  • December Advisor 2017 – Mobile Devices and Protected Health Information, Managing Your Practice’s Electronic OSHA & HIPAA Manuals, Improved HIPAA Security Risk Analysis Guidance, and Preparing for the Seasonal Flu at Work.
  • November Advisor 2017 – HIPAA and Law Enforcement, The Emergency Preparedness Act & Active Shooter Protocol,  and Four Critical Steps in Instrument Processing.
  • October Advisor 2017 – Cover Your Cough: Stop the Spread of Germs, Online Training Learning Management Style, and  The Lonely Eyewash Station.
  • September Advisor 2017 – Patient’s Rights to Access Medical Records Demystified, Infection Control and Prevention: Three Things to Know,  OSHA:  When to Train and Retrain
  • August Advisor 2017 – Measles and Mumps:  What You Need to Know, Mercury Disposal Guideline Updates, Everything Old is New Again:  New OSHA Reporting Laws Repealed
    Substance Abuse Records.
  • July Advisor 2017 – HIPAA Phase II On-site Audits Imminent!, In-Office Laundry Management, and Stop! And think Safety.
  • June Advisor 2017 – Keeping it Real – Sterile, Paper Records Storage the Right Way, Bloodborne Pathogen Exposures in Healthcare.
  • May Advisor 2017 – HIPAA Breach Notification, Infection Control – No More Bugs, and OSHA and Electricity.
  • April Advisor 2017 – Demystifying OSHA Inspections Part 5:  Your Right to Contest OSHA’s Citations and Fines, Emergency Action Plan (EAP):  Evacuation Maps:  To Map or Not to Map?
    and Investigating a Potential Breach
  • March Advisor 2017Monitoring Internal Access Can Save You Huge Fines, Demystifying OSHA Inspections Part 4:  After The Inspection, and Engineered Safety.
  • February Advisor 2017Information Security and Vendors, Demystifying OSHA Inspections Part 3:  The Actual Inspection, The Importance of Safe Injection Practices, and Breach Reporting Reminder
  • OCR Begins Random Audits for Business Associates October 2016 – Providing an explanation of the audits and action items you can do to prepare.