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August 2003 Issue

August 2003

edit post From the Editor by The O&P EDGE August 1, 2003 Paperwork is a pain, probably most of us would agree. In fact, one practitioner serving in a humanitarian

Al Ingersoll, CP

Al Ingersoll, CP Winkley O&P Golden Valley, MN Most recent O&P meeting, class or seminar attended? Otto Bock Advanced C-Leg Course. Favorite pie? Pumpkin. Best advice you ever received? Learn

Amputee ‘Gets His Life Back’

Gary Hooks, winner of the 14th National Amputee Golf Association (NAGA) National Seniors Invitational Championship April 11-12, in Tampa, Florida, is a guy who loves life. And losing a leg

Steps To Keeping Your Business Lucrative

Tom DiBello, CO, FAAOP, president/CEO, Dynamic Orthotics & Prosthetics, Houston, Texas, notes, “The cost of absolutely every aspect of business have risen, while our reimbursement has gone down. This has

From the Editor

Paperwork is a pain, probably most of us would agree. In fact, one practitioner serving in a humanitarian mission abroad said that what he enjoyed most, along with helping others,

Proper Documentation: How To Win Lawsuits

Failure to have proper documentation regarding your interactions with clients damages your credibility if you are called to testify in a lawsuit. Lack of proper documentation makes the company look

HIPAA Security and the Administrative Safeguards—Part 1

In the last article, we divided the Security Rule standards into four categories: administrative safeguards, physical safeguards, technical safeguards, and organizational safeguards. We then listed all the standards and their

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