HIPAA & Social Media: Simple Ways to Protect Your Patients and Your Practice
Whether your practice is using Facebook to attract new patients, or if you’re leveraging Google and Yelp reviews, improper use of social media can lead to major HIPAA violations. With the widespread use of smartphones, these violations are more frequent than ever before.
So how can your practice use social media without violating HIPAA?
In this webinar we outline how your employees can use social media ethically, while protecting your practice from HIPAA violations. You’ll be instructed on how to create effective policies surrounding the use of mobile phones and social media in the office, and given real life examples of HIPAA breaches that occurred due to improper social media usage.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe HIPAA requirements.
- Align your practice with HIPAA requirements.
- Avoid breaches and fines related to social media.
- Implement key takeaways your practice going forward.
For more information see the Compliancy Group blog post HIPAA and the Electronic Age on ACA Today.
See part one of this two-part series: HIPAA Lessons Learned and Examples from Past Breaches and Fines
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Senior Account Manager
Liam, Senior Account Manager with Compliancy Group, has a long history in risk management that provides him with a unique understanding into the world of HIPAA compliance. For the last three years, he has advised healthcare decision makers, small practices, and other medical vendors, helping to solve and simplify their compliance needs with Compliancy Group.
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