I’d like to tell you about two software services that may be of interest to most clinicians who are looking for ways to provide a high level of privacy for clients. But first, some background: At Person-Centered Tech, we are often asked how clinicians can do both of these things: Do texting or email with clients in […]
A phone line for your practice that costs ZERO dollars? Sounds too good to be true. With HIPAA, it might be… or it might not?
Apple’s battle with the FBI has big implications for our HIPAA compliance when we use iPhones. But how can we leverage what we’re learning from it?
“Is Square HIPAA Compliant?” Square has heard our pleas, and now does the vital HIPAA Business Associate Agreement! Not all is as it may seem, however…
Windows 10: so great that Microsoft skipped Windows 9 to get right to it! It appears, though, that in the rush to get it out there, Microsoft may have overlooked a few privacy issues (or maybe they did it on purpose?…) Windows 10 is built to be very integrative with Microsoft’s online servers. The default […]
TrueCrypt is free software that can encrypt just about anything. However, it seems that TrueCrypt users need to transition to different software soon.
Google will now give a Business Associate contract for Gmail, Drive, and Calendar for business. Does this mean health care folks can use those products now?
Clinicians love their iPhones and iPads as much as clients do. Can you use them in your practice and be HIPAA compliant, though? Sure! Let’s find out how…
Skype is popular for online therapy, but is there something that is easy and cheap like Skype but is designed for health care? Let me tell you about VSee.