Learn about TCPA and communicating to cell phones.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) limits calls and messages to cell phones without consent, and limits robo-calling including reminder calls. There are penalties for, without consent, calling a cell phone or leaving a payment-related message (voice or text), or leaving a health care-related message more than one minute (voice) or 160 characters (text) long; no more than one per day or three per week. This would include health care reminders, appointment reminders, etc. This video reviews that proposals may be forthcoming to allow communications for TPO without consent and discusses how changes to ACA may impact HIPAA.
Lewis Creek Systems, LLC
- Founder and director of compliance services at Lewis Creek Systems, LLC
- Provides a complete suite of services related to information privacy and security regulatory compliance, including compliance reviews, information flow and risk analyses, technical security reviews, training, and policy development services
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on health care information privacy and security, information management and disposal, and information security risk analysis
- Speaker at national conferences for the American Health Information Management Association and the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange
- Recipient of the 2011 WEDI Award of Merit
- M.S. degree, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.S. degree, summa cum laude, University of Vermont
- Can be contacted at www.lewiscreeksystems.com
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