Offer security options that allow encryption on the Rocketbook side.
Yes, yes, and yes! For many reasons.
I agree, as a therapy student I don't write down PHI or HIPPA protected information, but it is still sensitive information that should be kept private and I'd love to be able to use rocket book for that since I hate shredding as much paper as I do.
You may not write down PHI or HIPPA protected information in your Rocketbook notebook but Rocketbook may be capturing some protected data anyway. Read ALL their terms and condition and privacy policies. They track the webpage you had open before and after you use their application and other data. Perhaps you perused a patients Facebook site before scanning some non-protected notes then went to the patients Instagram page to see what they are posting. You may have violated patient data protection laws. From what I read Rocketbook saves page information and lots of other data and shares it to monetize your information. You may want to contact your HIPPA compliance officer about writing anything in a Rocketbook. Your location data (they store) combined with even the initials of a patient name in your appointment book could identify someone high profile.
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