Month: April 2019

Healthcare breaches reported in March exposed data of 883,000 people

Do you click on links from emails that come from people you don’t know or don’t recognize? Do you click on attachments in emails that come from someone you don’t know or don’t recognize? “Curiosity Killed the Cat” – and in these cases, Satisfaction didn’t bring him back. DON’T DO IT. “More than 883,000 people…
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PAY-Per-CHART / Part-Time

Some companies and some clients will allow coders to work ‘at their own pace’ and pay them so much per chart! What the pay scale is for each chart depends largely on the Specialty.   You may get small charts 4-5 pages and you could probably do 15 or 20 of those in an hour.  You…
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Facts ‘omitted’ from the WSJ Story

Facts Omitted From The Wall Street Journal Story About Greg Lindberg And His Companies PR Newswire – Sun Mar 3, 5:29PM CST Mr. Lindberg’s colleagues and representatives spent weeks answering detailed questions from the Wall Street Journal. Unfortunately, key facts were omitted from the story. Facts such as: — There are numerous inaccuracies with respect to the…
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BRIBES?? — on BOTH sides of the Aisle?

DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) — The businessman accused to trying to bribe the North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance has spent millions of dollars in past campaign contributions, including to the current chairman of the North Carolina Democratic Party.  Greg E. Lindberg, Founder and Chairman of Eli Global LLC, and owner of Global Bankers Insurance Group, was…
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ELI GLOBAL — Nothing Changes with Executive Indictments

Durham’s Eli Global is not removing its CEO and founder Greg Lindberg – but, following an indictment on bribery charges, he won’t be leading the day-to-day operation of the investment company, either.  (Read the Rest of the Article at the link below)

Lindberg Charged with Public Corruption and Bribery

  Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                         …
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3-17-2019 — Medical Health Data Leak

3-17-2019 — Medical Health Data Leak A health tech company was leaking thousands of doctor’s notes, medical records, and prescriptions daily after a security lapse left a server without a password. The little-known software company, California-based Meditab, bills itself as one of the leading electronic medical records software makers for hospitals, doctor’s offices, and pharmacies. The company,…
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NAIC moves to plug insurance ‘loophole’

by Duffie Osental   25 Mar 2019 An entrepreneur in North Carolina spent the last five years acquiring life insurers throughout the United States, then allegedly invested as much as 50% of their assets on ‘personal enterprises’ to the tune of $2 billion – which he then used to buy luxuries such as a Gulfstream jet,…
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UCLA Health to pay $7.5M to Settle

UCLA Health to pay $7.5M to settle data breach class-action caseMackenzie Garrity – Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 UCLA Health has agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by patients after a data breach put their personal and health information at risk, according to the HIPAA Journal. The university health system discovered…
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