Potential Legal Consequences of Social Media
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Potential Legal Consequences of Social Media

Legal consequences abound at every corner in healthcare. This monthly column presents examples of what those consequences can be.

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The Ins and Outs of Social Media in Healthcare and HIM

Joanna Belbey, a social media compliance specialist for Actiance, spoke with the Journal for the November/December eCompliance issue about the role of social media and telemedicine in healthcare. As telehealth and social media continues to be an evolving force in healthcare, Belbey elaborated on the pros and cons of its use. The Journal also conducted an interview Belbey via Skype in an effort to demonstrate just how telemedicine and social media might look like in a healthcare setting.

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Americans Want to Share Health Info on Social Networks, Report Finds

Ninety-four percent of American social media users would agree to share their health information on social media platforms to help doctors improve care, as long as their identities were protected.

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Physician Accused of Posting Patient Photos on Social Media

A woman who was treated for alcohol poisoning in an emergency room is suing her physician and the hospital after photographs taken of her while admitted were posted to social media sites.

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‘Data is Going to Come at You By Storm’

The future state of healthcare will be driven by demographics, technology, and value. Most of all it will require professionals to manage new, vast amounts of data. Three thought leaders delivered their visions for the future of healthcare data at Tuesday’s AHIMA Convention and Exhibit General Session.

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