Continuing Education

Risk Management in the Digital Age (Archived)

Eric A. Harris, EdD, JD

As psychology has moved into the digital age and many psychological services are provided remotely, risk management has become more complicated and more important as the new technologies present new risks. In addition to the traditional risks to practitioners, the new risks include issues surrounding interstate practice, the increasing problems presented by negative online reviews, HIPAA, and the No Surprises Act.

Year 2024
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $35.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Discuss standard elements of risk management, such as competence, informed consent, and good recordkeeping practices
  2. Discuss digital-age situations, such as online reviews and social media, that pose risk to psychologists
  3. Describe risk management strategies for psychologists to protect themselves from digital-age risks of telepsychology and interjurisdictional practice

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