The AAFP OSHA Manual is an electronic file that allows members to customize their OSHA Manual to their practice by completing text fields with practice information.
This 33-page manual provides concise information to assist you in the development of your practice plan for compliance with OSHA regulations, CDC recommendations for exposure control, and for fire and building safety.
Tips on protecting your patients and practice from identity theft.
Frequently asked questions about anti-kickback and Stark regulation.
Information on how the ADA is defined, as well as physician and practice responsibilities to patients who have disabilities.
Learn more about the updated privacy and security rules that went into effect in 2013, and the transaction standards change from 4010/4010A1 to 5010.
Details on the practice's responsibilities when a breach of information occurs.
The purpose of the National Provider Identifier (NPI) is to uniquely identify a health care provider in standard transactions, such as health care claims.
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