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  • 1.HIPAA Compliance
    This section provides information and resources related to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and helps psychologists know the steps they need to take to comply with federal rules resulting from HIPAA.
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  • 2.Human Research Protection
    In the early 1970s, following widely publicized cases of research abuse, The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research was created to study issues surrounding the protection of humans in research.
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  • 3.Reimbursement
    Learn about health and behavior and testing codes and how to complete forms, and discover pointers for billing and working with private health insurers and Medicare.
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  • 4.2004 News for Practitioners
    Learn about making effective presentations, HIPAA, research on the effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy and the results of a PracticeNet survey of psychologists.
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  • 5.Legislative & Legal Advocacy
    Legislative and legal advocacy information specific to APA Practice Members, including topics such as health care reform, medicare reimbursement and access, mental health parity, health information technology, insurance and managed care, hospitals and other health care delivery systems, prescriptive authority, and state advocacy.
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  • 6.National Provider Identifier (NPI)
    Under HIPAA, psychologists must obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI) number and use it on claims when billing for services.
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  • 7.Professional Development Opportunities
    The APA Practice Organization continuing education (CE) courses are tailored to the needs of practicing psychologists.
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  • 8.Legal and Regulatory Compliance
    Psychologists are required to comply with numerous laws and regulations related to various aspects of their practice. Further, there are legal issues not directly related to health care services delivery that also affect practitioners.
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  • 9.Common Ethical Issues
    Caregiving legal and ethical issues include privacy, informed consent, access to hospitalized or residential care patients, access to medical records, and competency and decisionmaking about care.
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  • 10.Site Map
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