Premium Content Preview | HIPAA and Social Media: Don’t Get Fined for Facebook

March 22, 2016

Social media is an important part of any business today, but if you are a covered entity, you need to follow the rules or face thousands of dollars in HIPAA penalties. A small physical therapy office in Los Angeles had to pay $25,000 for posting testimonials on their website without obtaining valid, HIPAA-compliant authorizations. Don’t get fined for Facebook. Find out the top five HIPAA best practices for social media.

 

Social media is an important part of any business today, but if you are a covered entity, you need to follow the rules or face thousands of dollars in HIPAA penalties. A small physical therapy office in Los Angeles had to pay $25,000 for posting testimonials on their website without obtaining valid, HIPAA-compliant authorizations. Don’t get fined for Facebook. Find out the top five HIPAA best practices for social media.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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