“How do I get recordings of my sessions to my supervisor?” Since everyone is doing teletherapy in some way, we are seeing this question pop up a lot. We’ve talked about this in Office Hours and since everyone is in teletherapy, even supervisees, we figured we’d address it on a super accessible platform… like Facebook […]
The HIPAA people declared today that they are greatly reducing restrictions on which video services HIPAA covered entities can legally use.
If you’re a traveling telemental health professional who needs to use someone else’s WiFi and still keep up security duties, there’s a great tool: the VPN
This year we’re talking about cross-state practice. We’re also talking about developments in privacy laws that can impact our practices.
The Person Centered Tech team came up with some rules on how to treat digital assistant services in your therapy spaces. Here they are.
Roy Huggins, Maureen Werrbach, and Liath Dalton talked through one of group practice ownership’s biggest questions: employees or contractors?
Holding space in email and text starts and ends with our devices. To keep a safe space for clients from end-to-end, you need to keep your devices secured.
Getting your smartphone and computer secure is a HUGE step towards HIPAA compliance and keeping security issues away. It’s also shockingly simple to do!
We are happy to finally present our listicle of things to know about texting, HIPAA changes, and choosing your therapy tech in 2019!
Changes are coming to HIPAA’s Privacy Rule. Person Centered Tech sent some comments to make sure the OCR knows how mental health clients may be impacted.