As the Senior Partner or executive in an Oklahoma City CPA firm, you hold the ultimate responsibility to ensure your clients’ returns get completed accurately and before the March and April tax deadlines for corporate and personal returns respectively.
The home healthcare environment is very different from other healthcare settings. In one regard, it is pleasant and enjoyable for the patient to be comfortable in their familiar surroundings. On the other hand, being at home can lack the structure and management of staying in a healthcare facility.
Safeguarding your client’s data is about more than firewalls, antivirus software, and vulnerability scanning. Most of the data loss from accounting firms (as much as seventy percent) is due to employee error or internal employee fraud.
Electronic medical records (EMRs) are providing new ways for how home health organizations in Oklahoma City and other medical providers to interact with patients. By readily accessing information on medical conditions, previous treatments, allergies, and preventative care schedules, employees can provide better quality of care to their patients.
Being active on social media is a good way for Oklahoma City CPAs to stay plugged in to the local business scene and with clients. By trying to be everywhere on the social streams, you will likely do yourself a disservice. Effective social media account management is about four key things:
There are growing demands and ever changing regulations in today’s Oklahoma City health care market. Clinical management systems, security and privacy concerns, and personal assistance applications are three important home health care technology needs.
The paperless office has long been the ultimate goal of many Oklahoma City accounting firms and other professional offices around the world. Paperless document management software provides a number of benefits including:
Implementing platforms and software can better ensure HIPAA compliance. Creating security safeguards that protect patient medical information is a primary goal in compliance-based software.
The convenience and portability of mobile devices provides Oklahoma accounting professionals with opportunities such as better productivity, the ability to always be connected while being away from their offices, and being better informed in front of their customers.
The HIPAA Security Rule details how electronic protected health information (ePHI) is to be protected. In this rule, there are three categories of HIPAA administrative safeguards that need to be maintained for HIPAA compliance. They are administrative, technical, and physical safeguards.