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Madeline Fogg is a graduate of Ohio State University College of Education.  She was first introduced to OSHA rules and regulations from her work as a Certified Dental Assistant.  She has taken multiple OSHA Certification courses including a 40 hour OSHA General Industry Course and has been consulting on OSHA regulations since 1994 and HIPAA since 2002.  Madeline has given presentations for a wide range of groups including the South Carolina Academy of General Dentistry, University Hospital of Augusta, Newberry College, Fortis College, and multiple medical managers groups.  She has authored several original articles for the South Carolina Dental Association for publication in their newsletters and continues to be an active contributor on topics of interest.  Madeline participated on the Business Associate Agreement Task Force for the North Carolina Health Information and Communication Alliance and has presented HIPAA information to the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners Investigative and Enforcement Division.  She has handled communications for clients with both OSHA and the Office of Civil Rights.  Madeline’s documents for Breach Notification and Risk Analysis have been reviewed during notification to OCR for a client’s breach and by Medicare and Medicaid Services during a Meaningful Use Audit.

Madeline has authored OSHA manuals and a Quality Assurance Manual for South Carolina Radiological Health and was a previously registered vendor for South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.  In 2007, she copyrighted Gap Analysis and Risk Analysis documents to meet HIPAA requirements, and in 2008, the first HIPAA Manual to meet the Privacy and Security Standards was copyrighted.  Always up-to-date with the constantly changing governing bodies, Madeline promptly created new documents, policies, and procedures to reflect the changes to HIPAA in 2009 and the HITECH Act of 2009.  In addition, she has created a Business Associates Manual that meets the current standards for Privacy and Security.  The Omnibus Rule of 2013 prompted Madeline to make more changes, modifying the manual again to meet the new requirements and stay current within all guidelines.  The update for the 2016 HIPAA Manual includes a new Standard Operating Procedures document covering verbal, written, and electronic communications.  This document gives workforce members guidance and procedures for handling communications for their facility.

Madeline consults in multiple states including North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, and provides personal service to investigate, assist, and provide answers for each client’s specific compliance issues and needs.