America’s patient privacy law, the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, has been anything but static. Regulators have pushed to keep it current and to draft forward-looking rules. This fall is no different, with a second round of government audits scheduled that could be the toughest yet for covered entities (i.e., health plans, health care clearinghouses, and health care providers who electronically transmit any health information).
Covered entities often face an uphill battle when trying to manage HIPAA requirements. They must respond to regulatory updates, such as the recent changes in the Omnibus Rule of HIPAA, which governs the interactions between service providers and health care companies. Those amendments can quickly force covered entities into a tough spot.
By: HealthData Management
Although it’s been fully operational for a few months, rail giant CSX held its grand opening celebration Thursday for the new state of the art rail hub in Winter Haven.
The CSX Intermodal Logistics Center uses three massive cranes that whisper in the air to move containers from rail cars to trucks and trucks to rail cars.
By: ABC Action News WFTS Tampa Bay
Six/Ten LLC is bringing renewed life to one of Florida’s most beautiful cities with new office, retail and residential offerings in the historic downtown district. As profiled in this recent Globe St article, the company has acquired more than two dozen properties to modernize and revitalize their amenities and architecture.
Among the company’s latest projects, Six/Ten is redeveloping an arcade building from 1928 that now houses an artisanal cheese shop and developing a multifamily rental community designed by award-winning, modernist architect Max Strang. The company has restored 347 Central, a 20,000-plus square foot building overlooking the park and is planning to restore the site of the original Publix Market. The company is also investing in technology, having purchased and remodeled two former telecommunication towers with state-of-the-art fiber connections.
The creative combination of historic charm and high technology is attracting medical and professional practices, along with restaurants, stores and people seeking an urban lifestyle in a small-town setting. Look for Six/Ten to continue its investment in downtown properties and technology, and its commitment to bring new companies and residents to the area.