Get It In Writing Podcast Talks About Employee Snooping
In this episode of the Get It In Writing podcast, Corinne Boudreau explores common sources of privacy breaches for health care practitioners in Canada with health privacy expert, Jean L. Eaton.
Specifically, Corinne and Jean chat about:
- How employee snooping results in 20% of healthcare privacy breaches
- What policies you must have in your healthcare practice
- What role and importance privacy policies play in healthcare
Employee Snooping and Other Privacy Breaches to Guard Against if You're a Health Care Practitioner
Listen to the podcast episode here: Get It In Writing Podcast Season 1 – Episode 10
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What Is Snooping?
Snooping is a privacy breach! When you access patients’ personal information for a purpose other than to provide a health service, it is snooping.
Often, people view personal information of their patients, clients, or employees because they are ‘curious’. Not everyone understands that ‘just looking’ is considered snooping.
When We Know Better, We Do Better
Discuss snooping with your employees and prevent privacy breaches in your healthcare practice.
Want to learn more? Pick up Jean’s book, Tips to Prevent Employee Snooping: A Key Component of Your Privacy Practice Management Program, with your favourite e-book seller.
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