Telehealth Law and Ethics During Coronavirus COVID-19 (Podcast Episode)
Tiffany Chhuom, of EthTech, and Frances Schopick JD, MSW sit down with clinical psychologist Dr. Kirk for the Psychology in Seattle podcast to discuss all the latest updates from the federal government related to ethics, law and COVID-19 clinical practice.
Cyber Attack Quick Response Checklist
Following the WannaCry ransomware attack in 2017, the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) developed a checklist and corresponding Infographic that identifies the steps for a HIPAA covered entity or business associate to take in response to a cyber-related security incident.
WHITE PAPER| COVID-19 VTC Exploitation
The increased use of video conferencing and online collaboration tools has led to an increase in malicious activity seeking to exploit the unsecure use of these tools. The HHS Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) released a white paper outlining ways these tools could be exploited and recommendations to mitigate these issues.
COVID-19 Cyber Threats Presentation From The HHS CyberSecurity Program
The HC3 also produced a brief on COVID-19 related cyber threats. This brief includes details on the increase in COVID-19 related malicious activity as well as information on how COVID-19 themed phishing attacks and websites are used as lures to trick users into downloading malicious software or directing users to malicious websites.
COVID-19 Outbreak: Telemedicine Expanded for ABA Services
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Defense Health Agency (DHA) is expanding telemedicine options allowed under TRICARE’s Autism Care Demonstration. In addition to outcome measures, applied behavior analysis (ABA) supervisors and assistant behavior analysts may now provide parent/caregiver guidance via telehealth.