Online reviews of medical services have recently captured the attention of clinic and practice owners. Health professionals can get into hot water by providing treatment details on online review sites. It does not even matter if the person submitting the review is willfully providing treatment information. For example, patients may submit a review of a local practice/clinic by sharing their experience and possibly the service they went in for. If the health professional responds to that review with further details of the service, the professional would be violating HIPAA privacy laws.  Health professionals must remain ambiguous when responding to those reviews, whether it be negative or positive.  

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AuthorOscar Bueno