Health Care

Use this guide to help understand the laws and regulations that apply to health care businesses and the health care industry.

Click on one of the following links to jump to that section of the page:

Antitrust

 

Back to top

 

Environmental Compliance

 

Back to top

 

Eye Care

 

Back to top

 

Facilities Management

 

Back to top

 

HIPAA

 

Back to top

 

Mammography Services

 

Back to top

 

Medical Device Reporting

  • Medical Device Reporting for User Facilities
    Explains how under the Safety Medical Devices Act, health care facilities must report deaths and serious injuries caused by a medical device to the FDA and device manufacturer. This guide provides comprehensive information on how to comply with reporting requirements.

  • Nursing Homes: Applying the Safe Medical Devices Act
    Gives a fact sheet describing requirements for nursing homes to report deaths and injuries caused by the use of medical devices.

 

Back to top

 

Medical Practitioners

  • National Practitioner Data Bank
    Assists covered entities to comply with legal requirement to report health professional malpractice and disciplinary actions and to query data bank when hiring or granting privileges.

 

Back to top

 

Medicare & Medicaid

 

Back to top

 

Taxes

 

Back to top

 

Workplace Health & Safety

  • Health Care Facilities Workplace Health and Safety Guide
    Offers OSHA's guide to occupational safety and health regulations affecting all types of healthcare facilities.

  • OSHA eTool: Hospital
    Provides an eTool that focuses on some of the hazards and controls found in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

  • OSHA eTool: Nursing Home
    Provides an eTool designed to help nursing home employers identify and address potential occupational hazards in the nursing home industry. This is done through a comprehensive safety and health management program approach. It includes modules on: blood borne pathogens; ergonomics; machine guarding; personal protective equipment; workplace violence; and an OSHA technical manual.

 

Back to top