Legal Standards & Guidelines
The OSMA works on your behalf to address regulatory and policy issues. We provide general legal and regulatory compliance information to OSMA members. If you do not find what you need listed below, contact the OSMA at email@example.com.
The AMA has further clarified the opinion and now offers several resources to further educate physicians about the parameters for ethical relationships between physicians and health care industry representatives.
From medical records information to HIPAA to Red Flags, we’ve got you covered.
Effective January 2009, The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) revised its voluntary code, commonly known as “PhRMA Code,” to address various topics from gifts to continuing medical education.
The expansion of social networking websites has forever changed the way that you communicate in your personal and professional lives. The OSMA has developed a toolkit entitled, “Social Networking and the Medical Practice: Guidelines for Physicians, Office Staff and Patients.”