The No. 1 thing you don't know about complying with HIPAA just might make your professional life a little easier! This web conference will transform the way you think about HIPAA compliance.
The HIPAA Security Rule is poorly understood in popular discourse among mental health clinicians. Rather than a game of whack-a-mole where you attempt to find the right "HIPAA compliant" product or service, only to be told later that it isn't "HIPAA compliant," compliance with HIPAA around digital technology is a process that is both flexible and requires a modicum of attention.
Come learn about the three processes that make up compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule:
Learn how these processes can be different for mental health clinicians and for practices of different sizes. Understand how they help you and your clients do better and safer work, while simultaneously covering your potential legal liability.
Mental health clinicians have long held security as an important part of our work—we simply call it "confidentiality." Come learn how to apply your already-existing ethical values and practical skills to your HIPAA compliance, as well.
This web conference is an educational session based on guidelines published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as well as the professional experience and training of the presenters, and should not be viewed as a replacement for legal advice or professional consultation.
This intermediate, instructional level web conference is designed to help clinicians:
If you have any questions or concerns about this web conference, or would like more information, please contact us here.
This presentation offered so much new information and the method of presenting was so lighthearted and interesting- excellent presentation! - Karen Christopherson, MSW, LMSW, CAADC
This event offered great specific examples of how to make your practice HIPAA compliant using modern technology and social media. - Emma Hertzel, LCSW
Two CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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Premium or Pro Membership with GoodTherapy includes access to this web conference at no cost. Not yet a Premium or Pro Member? Mental health professionals can attend this live web conference for $29.95 or access the homestudy recording for $14.95.
Roy Huggins, LPC, NCC has a private practice in Portland, Oregon, where he is also the Director for Person-Centered Tech. Roy has a passion for teaching therapists about the Internet and enjoys helping them understand how electronic communication is the future of their practice and profession.
Roy sits on the board for the Zur Institute, and he is a member of the Counselor Education Department at Portland State University. He regularly teaches mental health professionals on the ethical standards in the world of technology.
Roy offers a webinar series every month on digital confidentiality that covers not only the "what we must do" parts of HIPAA and professional ethics but also the "what we can do" parts. His website is also replete with free articles and resources for using digital technology in professional mental health practice. Find it all at www.personcenteredtech.com.
Rob is a Clinical Supervisor in North Carolina for professional counselors. He is a Nationally Certified Counselor and the CEO of the private consulting firm Tame Your Practice where he helps mental health therapists promote their practices. He specializes in using technology efficiently while complying with the current requirements and guidelines. He is an editor for the American Counseling Association magazine for the "Tech Tutor" column.
Rob, with co-author Nancy Wheeler, also recently published Private Practice Preparedness: The Health Care Professional's Guide to Closing a Practice Due to Retirement, Death, or Disability. This eBook includes downloadable templates that help health care professionals fulfill ethics code obligations.
He enjoys playing board games and ultimate Frisbee, traveling, and time with his family. For more information on Rob and his work, please visit www.tameyourpractice.com.