Share The Love 2.0 is Here!

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Mountain Land’s Share The Love Program has been a huge hit since it was first launched in 2014. Since then, the Mountain Land team has referred more than 200 of their friends and family members to our therapy services! Today, we are announcing a big upgrade to Share The Love to make referring your friends and family more compelling than ever!

From now on, for every friend or family member you refer, you will earn an entry into a quarterly drawing. At the end of each quarter, we will randomly draw three names from the entries. The grand prize winner will win a $250 Amazon Gift Card! Second place will win a $100 gift card and third will win $50 a card! The more people you refer, the more entries you get! And you could win the grand prize by just referring one person! How cool is that?! Our first drawing this year will be on July 1st and we will be including all Share The Love referrals received since the beginning of the year, so if you’ve already Shared The Love in 2016, you already have a chance to win!

To qualify for an entry, each referral must be submitted through our Share The Love webpage at www.mlrehab.com/sharethelove. Each referral you submit must be friends, family or acquaintances in the community that are not already being seen in one of our clinics. By referring your friends and family to our therapy services, everyone wins! Head over to www.mlrehab.com/sharethelove to get started!

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Just because you can…

“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.”

With Electronic Medical Records (EMR) playing an ever larger role in our day to day work life, the line between the information we CAN access and the information we SHOULD access needs to be clearer than ever.

As an example, let’s say your friend and co-worker was injured skiing and is being treated by MLR staff. You may feel sure your friend wouldn’t mind if you knew how his treatment was going, so you look up his chart and skim through it just to make sure he is doing ok….

This would be a good example of how the line between what we CAN do and what we SHOULD do can get both us, and Mountain Land into trouble. Even the best EMR cannot always restrict you to seeing only the Protected Health Information (PHI) that you need to access. Remember, access to and use of PHI must be strictly limited to a specific business purpose and “need to know” situations. In many situations, the determination of whether you “need to know” is something that we must rely on you to decide.

Protecting PHI is about Excellent Customer Service and Integrity, two of Mountain Land’s core values. Help us live up to those core values in all that you do.

Thanks,
The MLR Team

Who to contact with questions or concerns:

Laura Riddell, CHC
Chief Compliance Officer

(801) 942-3311 x103
or toll free
(800) 574-4792 x 103
compliance@mlrehab.com


Brian White, PT, DPT
Privacy Officer
Senior Vice President

801-942-3311 x102
privacy@mlrehab.com


Brad Sween
Security Officer
Director of Information Technology

(801) 942-3311 x136
security@mlrehab.com

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Staff Photo Spotlight: Mike Schow

April Photo Contest WinnerThis month’s staff photo spotlight is on Mike Schow, Physical Therapist and Clinic Director at our Meridian, Idaho clinic. Mike’s photo was chosen for the month of April in our 2016 Calendar.

Mike’s winning photo was taken while out fishing with his dad on a beautiful day in Idaho. The amazing scenery and Mike’s perfect timing combined for a truly awesome photo. Mike enjoys the outdoors and sharing his experiences through his photos. Just don’t ask him where his favorite fishing hole is!

Awesome photo, Mike! We love to see the Mountain Land team getting outside and promoting active and healthy lifestyles. We can’t wait to see all the amazing photos to come in our 2016 Staff Photo Contest.

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Staff Photo Spotlight: Nick Woolley

march-2016This month’s staff photo spotlight is on Nick Woolley, Director of Marketing at the Home Office. Nick’s photo was chosen for the month of March in our 2016 Calendar.

Nick’s photo was taken at Lake Powell, just after sunrise from near his campsite in Face Canyon. The cliffs in the background soar to nearly 1,400 feet above the lake, adding to the drama of the scene. Nick spends most of his free time camping and exploring the Glen Canyon area by boat and by foot, taking countless photos along the way.

Excellent photo, Nick! We love to see the Mountain Land team getting outside and promoting active and healthy lifestyles. We can’t wait to see all the amazing photos to come in our 2016 Staff Photo Contest.

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