FON: The Business of Integrative Health & Medicine

April, 2016

Telemedicine Legal Series—Part 5: HIPAA

In this Series: Introduction Part 1: Practice Issues Part 2: Licensing Issues Part 3: e-Prescribing Part 4: Standard of Care Issues Part 5: HIPAA Issues Part 6: Mobile Medical Apps Part 7: Unlicensed Practice, Fee-Splitting, and other Legal Hazards Conclusion h5. Privacy, confidentiality, and security issues arise when practicing telehealth or telemedicine just as they…

7-Part Telemedicine Legal Series—Part 4: Standard of Care Issues

How do healthcare practitioners handle standard of care issues when diagnosing and treating from a distance? Expert healthcare attorney Michael H. Cohen weighs in.

How to Use Persuasion to Engage Integrative Medicine Customers

When it comes to persuasion, Greek philosopher Aristotle set the gold standard in 350 BCE.
Aristotle’s modes of persuasion have stood the test of time, and can be applied to various aspects of your communication efforts today to best engage patients, clients, and prospects.

Telemedicine Legal Series—Part 3: E-Prescribing

Did you know that the law handles telemedicine prescription differently than diagnosing and treating remotely? In part 3 of our popular telemedicine series, expert healthcare attorney Michael H. Cohen shares how providers can best comply.

11 Essentials for Your Integrative Medicine Business Plan

Every new integrative health and medicine enterprise and organization should have a well-researched and well-written business plan. Glenn Sabin provides guidance on the essential 11 components you need to include.

 
 
 

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