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Patient Confidentiality

Patient Confidentiality

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Password security isn't just for providers. Practices should make sure its patients are using tough passwords when using their patient portal.

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It's important that physician practices stay compliant with HIPAA by executing business associate agreements with various vendor partners.

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Choosing good passwords and protecting them is a small but key part of guarding your patients’ protected health information.

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From background checks on employees to investing in new software and hardware, your practice has to be prepared. Here are five ways to stop a cyber criminal from infiltrating your EHR.

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No practice is too small to not worry about a cyberattack. Here are four reasons you should be concerned that your EHR is at risk.

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One practices has figured out a way to keep their patients from breaking HIPAA rules and using social media when they are in the exam room.

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Before you decide to create your killer mobile health app, this lawyer advises you look at the FTC's guidance on developing one.

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