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.
We need new HIPAA rules like we need adult chickenpox, but the OCR has started movement on changes to HIPAA’s rules that will impact mental health pros.
When deciding on contractors vs. employees, getting an early understanding of HIPAA’s role in this choice may be more important than you think.
If your computer touches protected health information at all, you want to make sure it is using antimalware software and a firewall. Also, at this point, let’s recognize that smartphones and tablets (e.g. iPads and Android tablets) are computers. So when we say “computer,” we mean everything that is computer-like. Antimalware Antimalware is software that […]