HIPAA Security Reminders

...Have Been Memed

A lighthearted way to keep on your HIPAA security compliance needs.

Great for Group Practice Security Officers or Solo Practitioners
  • Protect PHI
  • Keep Yourself Safe From Hackers
  • Stay HIPAA Aware

Created by HIPAA Security Compliance experts Roy Huggins, LPC NCC and Liath Dalton to help you stay on top of your compliance needs in a fun, engaging way.

Monkey Talk

Take care to avoid revealing personal information of your clients on the phone– even if the caller seems to have a good story!

Private Dance Party

When you are around people, even your family, work must stay tightlipped and confidential. You can be much more free in a private workspace!

Better options!

When your internet connection is getting dicey, you may be tempted to connect to your neighbor’s WIFI (or that siren song of free Starbuck WIFI) but your mobile data is going to be a better option to keep your information secure.

Great night’s rest

Not much feels as good as knowing that you have all your policies and procedures in order. PCT makes it easy!

Hiss, Scratch

Angry kitty reminds us all that sharing passwords is for the birds (as in don’t do it!)

When it doubt…

Your Security Officer is there to help– so if you’re worried or had something unusual happen with your tech, please reach out to your Security Officer.

Cool as a Banana

It’s very cool to stay mum on client info with anyone who is not your client. This means when responding to online reviews, on the phone, or in person.

Keep your log ins sacred

A common scam has someone posing as a “helpful” customer support person requesting your log in information in order to help you fix your computer or account. Don’t fall for the high pressure situation! Instead, hang up and call the company for help. Protect your log in information as it is as sacred as the […]

Be like Bob

This is Bob. He locks his devices before he goes home. Be like Bob!

Lock it Up

When you leave, you lock!


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