Recorded  June 22, 2017

Social media usage is a fact of modern life. Facebook has over 1 billion active users, which undoubtedly includes physician practice employees. Physician practices also may want to establish theor own social media presence, to connect with current and potential patients. Health care providers are also finding it covenient and economical to use their own mobile devices (PDAs, smartphones, tablets, etc.) for work. But social media use and “bring your own device” (BYOD) activities come with significant risks that must be addressed by practice policies and procedures. Both require careful consideration of HIPAA and security risks. In this crisp, practical teleconference, Dan Shay will discuss these risks, using real-world examples of problems as “case studies.“
  • HIPAA security risks posed by the use of social media and BYOD.
  • Avoiding accidentally establishing a physician-patient relationship online.
  • Real-world case studies demonstrating problems arising from social media and BYOD use.
  • Private messaging vs. secure messaging.
  • Practical tips for employee training and drafting effective policies and procedures to address these risks.

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