This webinar on social media compliance in a healthcare setting will explain how you can use social media to communicate with patients while ensuring that you meet the privacy, security and compliance aspects of handling sensitive patient data. It will also discuss the documentation needed to explain proper social media adoption, during an OCR audit.
Why Should You Attend:
Social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn are increasingly being used by health care organizations to engage with patients and physicians, build brands, and communicate information to the larger community. However, wide spread adoption of social media by healthcare organizations introduce risks to patient data accessed and stored.
How does your practice use social media?
Do you have social media policies, best practices and training to comply?
How do your employees use it?
This session will highlight the real risks in using social media in a healthcare setting. You will learn how to avoid common HIPAA violations or potentially inviting lawsuits. We will discuss what documentation needs to be produced during audits performed by Office of Civil Rights to show the proper adoption and use of social media policies and procedures. Attend this webinar to understand the best practices, checklist and lessons learned in managing social media communication.
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Who will Benefit:
Duration: 70 Minutes
Group of 3 to 5
Group of 6 to 10 + DVD-USB
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Paul Hales J.D, is an expert in HIPAA compliance law. Mr. Hales is a graduate of Columbia University Law School, licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, Federal Appellate and District Courts, and Missouri state courts. He specializes in compliance with HIPAA Privacy, Security, Breach Notification and Enforcement Rules and is the author of all content in The HIPAA E-Tool®, an Internet-based, complete HIPAA compliance solution for health care providers and business associates.
Coy Murchison is the founder of reMergents Solutions, a consulting company that assists home health companies maintain compliance, and is the owner of InTouch Health Services, a company that provides nursing and therapy services for medically fragile children and ventilator-dependent patients. Ms. Murchison has provided training and education in compliance for over 13 years, and she is certified in health information technology with a specialization in meaningful use technology implementation.
She is regarded an expert in dealing with payors, relative to maintaining reimbursement for home-bound patients. She has been able to ensure nursing care for home-bound patients when payors attempted to terminate services.
Ms. Murchison has worked with healthcare providers to determine best practices for their unique business. As a consultant, she specializes in finding solutions that are easy to implement and trains all levels of company personnel. She has successfully helped many companies navigate HIPAA compliance and better understand the expectations of the HITECH Act. She serves in several national organizations, and believes it is critical to continue to broaden her knowledge base as she continues to learn and grow in the industry.