In the famed series Lord of the Rings, the unlikely hero Frodo Baggins offers to carry the terrible burden of the One Ring to Mordor in order to destroy it and save all of Middle Earth from evil. Immediately after he makes this decision, he says, “Though I do not know the way.”
Prolific and unique musician MF Doom once said, “I'm always trying to show versatility. I'm juggling, and I'm flipping fire, and I'm chewing gum and rhyming at the same time... on a unicycle, while playing the drums.”
If you’ve ever tried to learn another language, you know that it’s incredibly difficult to just jump in—self-instruction can be difficult, disorganized, and overwhelming. It’s helpful, when setting off on this ambitious endeavor, to engage with a helpful tool that features a more structured approach with instruction on specific concepts. Let’s face it—if there’s something out there that can simplify complex ideas, it just makes sense to take advantage of it.
According to the United States Department of Transportation, more than 50% of the combined total of fatal and injury crashes occur at or near intersections. It makes sense then for drivers to take special care when navigating these spots on the road.
On May 24th, The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued a fact sheet on direct liability of Business Associates under HIPAA. For reference, if an organization is unsure about if it is a Business Associate, a good resource can be found here.