Medical Guidelines and Tools

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Clinical Guidelines

Consent Forms

Practice Management Resources

Opioid Resources

 

HIPAA Forms and Materials

COPIC offers forms, checklists and other materials for your use in complying with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). These documents are provided as general guidance and do not constitute legal advice. They are intended to supplement or provide alternatives to consider with respect to the overall HIPAA compliance program you have selected.

Third-Party HIPAA Compliance and Training Resources

These websites and tools provide you with additional HIPAA resources from professional organizations and vendor services. Inclusion of a site in this section is not an endorsement of any group and/or their policies or positions.

PrivaPlan Associates, Inc.® is a leading authority on HIPAA privacy and security compliance, and offers a wide array of products and services:

Useful HIPAA Links

The links in this section offer helpful resources from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) regarding common HIPAA concerns. These links are provided as general guidance and do not constitute legal advice. They are intended to supplement or provide additional information to consider with respect to the overall HIPAA compliance program you have selected.

Michael Skolnik Medical Transparency Act of 2010 (Colorado only)

COPIC has assembled resources for Colorado health care professionals to use as they prepare to comply with the requirements of the Michael Skolnik Medical Transparency Act of 2010. The resources here are current with the changes to the Act that became effective as of July 1, 2011.

Responding to an Inquiry from a Medical Licensing Board

COPIC provides resources to insureds to assist them in responding appropriately to an inquiry (disciplinary action, complaint, etc.) from a medical licensing board. If you receive an inquiry, the first step is to call a COPIC occurrence specialist nurse to report this during business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Mountain time), Monday through Friday. The number to call is 800.421.1834.

Colorado Medical Board (CMB) Inquiries
The documents posted below were produced by COPIC's Risk Management and Legal departments for use in advising our insured physicians who receive an inquiry letter from the CMB. Colorado insureds should still report this (as noted above) to a COPIC occurrence specialist nurse.

HR Resources - Reference Materials

HR Resources - HR Forms

 

HR Resources - Job Descriptions

 

HR Resources - Legal: ADA Materials

HR Resources - Legal: Colorado

 

HR Resources - Legal: Federal Overview

HR Resources - Legal: FLSA

 

HR Resources - Social Media Guidelines