As we return from the pandemic, it’s anything but business as usual for healthcare organizations. Not only have they been hit hard financially by the pandemic, but now as their employees return to work, they have more legal and compliance headaches than ever before. In addition to challenges to vaccine mandates and policies, they also have to worry about enforcing non-competition agreements, protecting their data privacy, dealing with the aftermath of the Dobbs decision, managing fraud claims, and much more.
These stresses are enough to, well, land someone in a hospital.
Going back to work in healthcare isn’t as easy as getting a shot (or two or three) in your arm. Especially with so much on the line, and with a precarious financial position, healthcare organizations must take precautions to guard against potential litigation and regulatory matters. That means they must take steps to avert the problems that can arise–especially when those problems involve costly collection and analysis of the organization’s data.
That’s why we wrote our new guide, 5 Trends in Healthcare Litigation and Compliance. This guide explains five emerging trends that healthcare organizations need to address proactively. They must also take steps to prepare themselves with the right tools and technology to handle data involved in these matters in the event of litigation.
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