Coronavirus Covid-19 HIPAA Compliance
HIPAA Compliance for Covid-19
We will be updating this page often to provide current information on HIPAA guidelines for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
HIPAA and COVID-19 Exposure – A Critical Read!
A patient who was thoroughly screened on the phone and by essential staff prior to their face-to-face with the physician and answered “No” to all of the questions but during the visit slipped up during a casual conversation and told the provider they were on day-2 of a mandatory quarantine due to working in a nursing home and being exposed to patients confirmed with COVID-19. Read the full blog post…
In a single sweeping declaration, CMS is greatly expanding access to telehealth services as part of a government-wide effort to mitigate the growing coronavirus pandemic in the United States. For more about changes to relaxed restrictions around HIPAA (think FaceTime or Skype), originating sites, established patients and more, click to read the Fact Sheet…
Kelly Ogle, Director of OSHA and HIPAA Services for DoctorsManagement, LLC will lead a discussion on concerns and possible limitations your organization may experience in designating at risk patients with a general patient population, identification of patients at risk to staff and others, and other HIPAA privacy related concerns. Click to learn more and order…
This training is part of the NAMAS COVID-19 On-Demand Educational Series. NAMAS, a division of DoctorsManagement.
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late
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