Social Media and HIPAA Compliance: Simple Ways to Protect Your Practice
Date: Thursday Oct. 19, 2023 Time: 7pm to 8pm EST
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Some of the most common misunderstandings amongst Dental professionals concern how to use social media in a HIPAA compliant manner. Employees must be properly trained on how to use social media before being permitted to do so. Without adequate employee training, your organization may be subject to fines due to the misuse of social media.
Whether your practice is using Facebook to attract new patients, or your employees are posting about their workday on Twitter, improper use of social media can lead to major HIPAA violations. With the widespread use of smartphones, and access to apps like Instagram and Snapchat, these violations are more frequent than ever before.
The question becomes: 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.
Instructor: Kelly Koch works as Director of Dental Relations at Compliancy Group.
In her spare time, Kelly is actively involved in the non-profit organization Pull-Thru Network (PTN), which raises awareness and education for children and families affected by ARM, IA, VACTERL syndrome, and other birth defects. Kelly is a wife and mom of 2, and 4 furbabies. It’s a full house!
Compliancy Group’s web-based compliance solution, The Guard, helps businesses address HIPAA and OSHA compliance with guided, ongoing support. The Guard is the most trusted HIPAA and OSHA compliance tool in the industry, and has helped thousands of clients Achieve, Illustrate, and Maintain compliance with confidence.
Compliancy Group is an ADA Member Advantage -Endorsed Company
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