Beginning March 26, 2013 there have been changes to HIPAA that effect your office. Please click here: HIPAA Resources 2013, to view and download a guide to important HIPAA deadline dates, a list of online HIPAA resources, and important HIPAA definitions.
A “HIPAA GUIDE” is being developed for AMIC policy holders and will be available on the AMIC website in the near future. On this site you will see forms and notice of changes under the Omnibus Rule. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact AMIC Risk Management at 501-716-9190 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Click below for the top 5 HIPAA violations per year, and for a link showing where and how a HIPAA breach of 500+ occurred.
Top 5 & Public Breaches
AR Mutual will have a tailgate tent set up for each Razorback Football game in Fayetteville and Little Rock, AR. All of our policyholders and AR Physicians are invited to attend. For the Razorback schedule and maps of our tent location, please click here: AMIC Tailgating 2013.
By Lars Powell, PhD
When government and commerce collide, it can leave behind sticky residue that economists call inefficiency. Decades of academic studies pose theories and parse terabytes of data to determine why this happens and how much it costs. The insurance industry stands out in the economic literature as a frequent loser among regulated sectors.
Physicians have a retirement planning vehicle available to them that few are aware of, the Roth IRA Conversion. The
principal difference between Roth IRAs and traditional IRAs is that, you don’t receive a tax deduction for making a contribution to a Roth IRA, but those contributions grow tax free and you don’t have to pay any tax upon withdrawal.
A message from your CEO, Corey Little
WHEN I FIRST STARTED meeting with Arkansas physicians and insurance experts about the formation of an Arkansas medical malpractice insurance company, Houston Nutt and Stan Heath were Razorback coaches. It was 2007 and Razorback fans were not happy. Neither were the Arkansas doctors that I visited with. These doctors were irritated by being abandoned by St. Paul and unhappy with St. Paul’s decision to leave the med-mal market. They realized that as long as they were with an out-of-state company they would not be able to control such events. Just like with the Hogs,
it was time for a change.