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Adding Upheal to your existing informed consent documents
Adding Upheal to your existing informed consent documents
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Written by Aviva Glassman
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If you already have your own informed consent documents, you can include Upheal in your forms by adding these statements to remain HIPAA compliant while using Upheal.

Make sure to replace [Name of the practice] with your own practice.

[Name of the practice] uses external providers to enhance services including the Upheal platform. Upheal empowers counselors to concentrate on their services by offering automated notes and analytics for client conversations. As a part of this process, Upheal handles protected health information for counselors, adhering to HIPAA regulations as a Business Associate.

[Name of the practice] has signed a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) to protect data that is shared with Upheal. Under the BAA, Upheal adheres to regulations such as the HIPAA Security Rule and Privacy Rule. This ensures that electronic health information (ePHI) is safeguarded through appropriate administrative, physical, and technical measures, ensuring its confidentiality, integrity, and security. You can learn more about Upheal and its privacy practices here.

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