Using sign-in sheets in waiting rooms "may continue, if reasonable safeguards are taken to minimize the chance of incidental disclosure to others."
- from "Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information"
(Final HIPAA Privacy Rule, Section 164.502)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
August 14, 2002
Recent HIPAA regulations require that patient privacy be protected, even in public waiting rooms. And now, compliance just got easier with our new simple, inexpensive sign-in system. This two-part "label/form" keeps patient information confidential and creates an automatic duplicate log of all patient sign-in activity.
NOW YOU CAN: