Corporate & Institutional
Healthcare Newsletter
November 2010

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In this issue:

  • On the front lines of Healthcare Reform
    Dealing with all the changes occurring in the healthcare industry is a daily challenge. At Baptist Health South Florida, Chief Information Officer Mimi Taylor recently shared her thoughts on how to take advantage of some of the opportunities and demands arising from the reforms. This article is reprinted with permission from the summer edition of Sunspots, published by the Florida chapter of the HFMA. Read more.
  • How might HITECH affect your banking relationship?
    Under HITECH, all Covered Entities (such as healthcare providers, health plans, or healthcare clearinghouses) and their Business Associates must sign Business Associate Agreements that document their obligation to protect the privacy and security of individuals' Protected Health Information (PHI). To learn how PNC is helping its clients comply with this regulation, read more.
  • Preparing for 5010
    In August, 2010, PNC sent surveys to all our clients to gain a better understanding of our payers', providers' and trading partners' 5010 migration progress. The results will help PNC better plan and assist clients with the transition to the 5010 format. To learn more about the results, read more.
  • Top Ten Questions to Assess Provider Readiness for 5010
    5010 deadlines are fast approaching, with testing beginning in early 2011. Is your organization ready for 5010? More important, are your major payers and other Business Associates ready for 5010? Here is a checklist to help your organization prepare for the new regulations. Read more.
  • National Economic Outlook - October 2010. Read more
  • Look for PNC at these upcoming events
    PNC will be sponsoring, exhibiting and/or speaking at these upcoming events:

    Nov. 7 - 10
    AFP Annual Conference
    San Antonio, TX

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