Ten years’ worth of change in remote medicine has occurred in a matter of weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote telepractice and mental health care have advanced in such a short time what had before taken many years.
Both patients and practitioners are equally motived not to have face-to-face contact for therapy sessions. This advanced webinar governs current HIPAA and relaxed privacy standards as applied to telepractice when “work from home” becomes “practice from home” for mental health treatment.
Even so, state confidentiality and telepractice laws continue in full force and effect. Samples of state licensure laws and telepractice rules are reviewed as well as national guidelines in mental health telepractice for compliance. Finally, you will learn basic tips and techniques to defend your telepractice from privacy breaches and liability.
Areas Covered in the Session:-
The background to this webinar is for any mental health care practitioner who is providing professional services via televideo, telehealth, and telepractice. Training in mental health laws where the electronic practice is now widespread still requires compliance with HIPAA and state mental health laws. Erase the fear, confusion, and doubt about to comply with HIPAA and state laws in providing remote telehealth.
Why Should You Attend?
This new webinar identifies and applies current rules of confidentiality in HIPAA confidentiality mental health care practitioners are providing therapy and other professional services remotely. Erase the fear, uncertainty, and doubt that occurs when health care practitioners move to televideo practice in a mental health context. Understand current HIPAA exceptions and relaxed enforcement in contrast to state licensure laws as applied to remote practice.
Who Will Benefit?