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Due to COVID-19 containment measures, you may be experiencing some down time at your practice. Here are some tips to use this time to continue working on other aspects of your business.
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As human beings, it's our natural tendency to want to defend ourselves against unwarranted criticism. However, as healthcare providers under the purview of HIPAA, Doctors of Chiropractic need to guard against that tendency when it comes to responding to negative complaints from patients.
Social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn are becoming more popular with DCs. But how do you avoid violating HIPAA or privacy regulations as you increase your social media presence?
QUESTION: I'm a chiropractor with a friendly, easy-going nature that at times has been misconstrued by my patients as flirtatious. What are some tips that might help me avoid an allegation of a boundary violation?
About 15 years ago, Jean Jones sought chiropractic treatment from Jack Chin, DC, for sciatic nerve pain during pregnancy. After delivery, Ms. Jones saw Dr. Chin four times for lingering back pain before discontinuing chiropractic care.
HIPAA Security Standards require every healthcare practitioner and practice to protect the privacy of patient health information (PHI). However, patient privacy can easily be jeopardized through electronic devices.
Question: Since much communication is done by text messaging these days, I wondered: Is it ever appropriate to text a patient or respond to their texts?
Question: I recently began using social media to communicate with family and friends. Are there any risks associated with expanding my social media presence?
Question: A couple months ago, I started a Facebook page to reconnect with old friends and classmates. The other day one of my patients asked me to be her “friend” on Facebook. Is this a good idea?
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