Running a group practice is exciting, fulfilling, and — hopefully — lucrative! There are challenges that come with the territory, though, including new risks that don’t show up when you only have to worry about yourself and your own practice.This introductory-level course for counselors, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and clinical and counseling psychologists will help attendees identify the risks in their group practice related to documentation processes and to HIPAA Security compliance, and it will provide guidance on how to handle those risks.
Paperwork diva and quality assurance expert, Maelisa Hall PsyD, will teach attendees about managing the quality of documentation among group clinicians.
HIPAA security, technology, and telemental health expert, Roy Huggins LPC NCC, will talk about managing HIPAA-compliant security policies and procedures as well as the challenges and strategies for helping clinicians and staff comply with those legally-required documents.
The session is fun, too, as Maelisa and Roy discuss these vital and information-packed topics with a positive, therapy-affirming attitude.