The HIPAA telehealth waivers for COVID-19 will expire soon. So, if you’re not ready to comply with stricter telehealth rules, you should be prepared to face massive violation penalties.
Although the emergency HIPAA waivers made it easier for you to provide virtual services during the COVID-19 pandemic, the relaxed rules were never meant to be permanent. You can rest assured that the government will soon clamp down on telehealth HIPAA compliance, and violation penalties can run as high as $50,000 per occurrence, so they add up FAST. Telehealth HIPAA Rules Post COVID-19.
Complying with the stricter HIPAA telehealth regulations is essential to your ability to continue to offer these much-sought-after services. This is where HIPAA expert, John Brewer, can help. During a 60-minute online training session, John will walk you through how to comply with the more aggressive HIPAA telehealth rules so you can keep providing virtual services to your patients.
Here are just a few of the step-by-step tactics you’ll receive by attending this online training to help you avoid the numerous HIPAA compliance hurdles you’ll encounter when the COVID-19 waivers expire:
- Seamlessly transition to “normal” HIPAA requirements
- Ensure your virtual platform complies when relaxed rules expire
- Comply with enforcement deadlines to avoid a surprise audit
- Take advantage of “in good faith” regs and avoid hefty violation penalties
- How to make HHS’ “leniency of enforcement” work for you
- Create a telehealth program that can overcome the toughest auditor
- …and much more!
WARNING: If HIPAA auditors find violations in your telemedicine program, they’re much more likely to investigate other areas of your practice. This leaves you exposed to violation penalties much greater than those simply related to HIPAA alone.
You may have been thrown into providing telehealth services due to the COVID-19 shutdowns, but if you want to continue, you’ll need to make some changes.
Don’t let your practice be caught off guard when HHS returns to their regular, more stringent HIPAA enforcements.Telehealth HIPAA Rules Post COVID-19.
Enroll now and safeguard your telemedicine program from the prying eyes of HIPAA auditors!
Early in the 2000’s John got heavily involved with HIPAA compliance as he desired to ensure his medical IT clients were compliant with the law. As he researched he realized most people had no idea how HIPAA compliance was to coincide with their computers.
Over the years he has become an expert on HIPAA compliance, and as a byproduct, Meaningful Use compliance as it deals with the Security Risk Assessment which is a requirement started by Stage 1, that essentially will never end.
His company, Med Tech USA LLC, provides private practice physicians with solutions to simplify the HIPAA compliance process.
Material was clear and focused. I think the presentation, visuals, and professionalism of the presenter was excellent.
I thought the webinar was very informational.