September 1, 2020

Most health care providers should have crafted compliance programs for remote employees before the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, but as working remotely becomes the new norm, adjustments are necessary to maintain compliance with HIPAA. Protected health information must be managed properly whether the employee is in the health care facility or at home. Bob Neiman, co-chair of the firm's Health Care group, discusses seven steps health care facilities can take to ensure their compliance while working remotely in the latest issue of Healthcare Risk Management.

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