The No Surprises Act Support and Resources We know that the specifics of how to provide the GFEs for self-pay clients have generated a lot of questions and some understandable anxiety within the practicing community. We have addressed the No Surprises Act and GFE specifics a number of times in both of our direct support and consultation […]
Welcome group practice owners! We are Liath Dalton and Roy Huggins, your co-hosts of the Group Practice Tech podcast. In our latest episode, we’re talking about The PCT Way. We discuss how we developed The PCT Way; simplifying HIPAA compliance needs; minimizing financial cost as well as time, energy, anxiety, and cognitive overhead; meeting […]
Episode 222: Best Tips to Find Professional Services to Grow Your Practice with guest Uriah Guilford
Welcome group practice owners! We are Liath Dalton and Roy Huggins, your co-hosts of the Group Practice Tech podcast. In this episode, we’re talking with Uriah Guilford of The Productive Therapist about helping therapists find the tools they need to be successful. We discuss Uriah’s business directory for therapists and its origins, how to […]
We know that one of your biggest concerns right now is staff working remotely, and in making sure they’re being safe and secure. Luckily, VPNs are a low-cost and easy way to help solve this problem. VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network”. VPNs work by signing up for a VPN service and then installing that […]
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 […]
Surprising Revelations about HIPAA and Private Practice, with Roy Huggins, Joe Bavonese and Casey Truffo
Thinking about HIPAA never helped grow a practice, right? If you want a more successful practice but you don’t think about HIPAA, this webinar is for you.
Clinicians are motivated by relationships. Our relationship with HIPAA has been rocky at best for a long time, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
A simplified, chunked-down look at the process of (actual) compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule, split into three steps. Plus some busting of myths.
Mobile payment apps like Square and online payment services like PayPal make it surpassingly easy for therapists in private practice — or even for small agencies — to accept credit card payments without much upfront investment. Do we need client consent to use these services, however? What kind of information is needed for informed consent? […]
They say HIPAA is HIPAA is HIPAA. But can it work differently for mental health clinicians? Are we different in ways that make HIPAA different for us, too?