6 Ways you Might be Violating HIPAA Regulations in Telemedicine Chronic Care Practice

6 Ways you Might be Violating HIPAA Regulations in Telemedicine Chronic Care Practice

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One of the most common misconceptions around telehealth and security may be this: using HIPAA-compliant telehealth software will protect you against HIPAA violations. Of course, using telehealth software that follows the clear technical and physical safeguards laid out in HIPAA is a key part of building a HIPAA-compliant telehealth care program. But it’s only one piece of the larger puzzle in maintaining the security of your protected health information (PHI).

Beyond knowing the technical requirements of HIPAA and reviewing those with your telehealth vendor, you also need train your staff and put the right clinical workflows in place to create a truly HIPAA-compliant telehealth program for patients. 

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