When the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 was established, none of us knew how quickly the concept of public versus private information would change.
Fast forward nearly 20 years later and almost every patient and client your health care organization serves has a Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and LinkedIn account. The advent of these technologies has significantly blurred the public’s idea of what information is public and what is private. If you aren’t careful, this blurring can get your business into a heap of trouble.
Our new eBook outlines 11 facts that can help you and your health care team create better policies and procedures to avoid any unintentional HIPAA violations while improving the level of care and services you provide to your patients and clientele.
In this eBook you will learn facts such as…
- Medical professionals are facing serious HIPAA violations for seemingly innocuous social media postings.
- Online medical and online purchases are fair game for brokers.
- Brokers can provide some pretty useful information for health care professionals.
And much, much more!
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