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By Brian Geyser on October 19, 2009 • 1,655 Comments One question I’m always asked about when it comes to health care or senior care and social media is, “What about HIPAA?
” Online privacy and security are important issues, especially on the new social Web.
But I have good news for the those folks in health care, senior care, home care, hospice, and dementia care who want to start using social media but fear HIPAA: It’s not as complicated as you think. Below I provide a brief overview of the main issues, three examples of health care/senior living organizations effectively using social media without violating HIPAA, and some resources for developing your own social media and online communications policies.
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