How HIPAA Standards Have Changed Therapy Practice

Clinicians who do not use insurance or send information electronically to billing services sometimes feel HIPAA standards do not apply to them. However, these standards are becoming the de facto standard for all mental health clinicians, whether they are ‘covered entities’ or not. This 2004 article summarizes the areas of HIPAA standards that have differed from previous best practices on confidentiality that all mental health clinicians may want to consider including development of Notice of Privacy Practices, Business Associate Contracts, Psychotherapy Notes and Medical Records, Privacy Policies and Procedures, Security Assessment, etc.
How HIPAA Standards Have Changed Therapy Practice
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