Client Confidentiality Is Crucial

by: Jacqueline Klosek

Client Privacy

5 tips to better protect your clients’ privacy and reduce your liability risks.

As a fitness professional and a business owner, you often develop close working relationships with your clients, and you learn a great deal about their lives, health, medical conditions, goals and fears. Your clients have every right to expect that such information will be kept confidential. It is in your best interests to ensure that it is protected.

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About the Author

Jacqueline Klosek IDEA Author/Presenter

Jacqueline Klosek is an attorney with Goodwin Procter LLP in New York City. She is the author of numerous privacy books, including Protecting Your Health Privacy (Praeger 2010). She may be reached for...