The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has published two resources aimed at educating health care providers and patients about the privacy and security risks to their protected health information when using telehealth services. Health care providers are not required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act to educate patients on using telehealth services; however, these resources help support the use of telehealth services in order to expand patients’ access to health care. The Educating Patients about Privacy and Security Risks to Protected Health Information when Using Remote Communication Technologies for Telehealth document guides health care workers on explaining the various types of telehealth services, the ways patients can decrease accidental disclosures of health information, and where they can file a privacy complaint if their privacy rights have been violated. The Telehealth Privacy and Security Tips for Patients document offers additional recommendations on how patients can protect their health information, such as by ensuring all available security updates are installed on electronic devices and removing health information from electronic devices when it’s no longer needed. More information about monitoring privacy and security when receiving telehealth care can be found on the HHS website.