In This Issue:

- Staying in Compliance While Giving or Receiving Electronic Health Record Systems

- When Donations Cross the Line

- House Bill 296 Signed into Law to Increase Access to Epinephrine Autoinjectors in Camps and Schools

- How To Identify and Protect Your Organization’s Trademarks and Copyrights

- Excerpt from When Donations Cross the Line:

Many not-for-profit health care providers maintain a charitable foundation that can accept taxdeductible gifts. These foundations typically fund activities such as research, indigent patient care or other worthwhile causes related to the provider’s mission. As with any other charity, the foundations solicit support from across the community, including current and former patients, employees, businesses and the general public.

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