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A new malware attack from China is targeting health care entities, including home health. The Office of Civil Rights has issued an alert for providers. Read more here.



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Keeping Data Safe
In light of the OCR alert to providers, it’s a good idea to revisit your digital protocols. Did you know the OCR can audit you for HIPAA compliance in your digital space? Take a look at some steps to keep your busines safe.

Manage Pain, Prevent Delirium
There’s a mistaken belief among clinicians that people develop a tolerance to pain as they age. This can lead to health care practitioners dismissing a patient’s reported pain level—and can prevent appropriate management of pain in the elderly. A 2003 study demonstrated that older patients may be more likely to experience delirium when pain is not managed. Here are a few things you can do.

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