HIPAA requires patient data be kept for at least 7 years after last accessed. Here’s how to remain compliant for the lifetime of your patient-dentist relationship.
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HIPAA compliant managed backup. Focused on security, privacy, and compliance for your practice. Protect your data. Protect your business.
If your website is collecting PHI, you need to take steps to protect it. Read this post for tips to make sure your Website is HIPAA Compliant.
Step 1 is to prevent a HIPAA breach. But if a breach is discovered, do you know the steps you are required to take? Learn more in this post.
Planning & risk assessment is important for all parts of life, but when it comes to contingency planning for dentists, it’s required. Read this post to learn more.
Data disasters aren’t just possible, they should be expected. Whether it’s a cybercriminal or a human error, your business’s data is at risk. Learn the backup strategies that can help you safeguard your data.
A stable business can shelter its data from all of Mother Nature’s mood swings. Here’s how you can do it.
Reviewing the most popular business backup solutions: Tape (LTO), Disk (HDD/SSD), and the Cloud. Weighing factors such as: Initial Investment, Maintenance Cost, Expandability, Accessibility, Sensitivity, and Ideal Uses.
More often than not it’s a simple mistake, rather than malicious intent, that leaks electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) and ends up costing your practice money, time, and loss of reputation. Read this post for ways leaks can happen, and the steps you can take to prevent them.
Ransomware presents a growing threat to your practice. Read this post to learn more about the types of ransomware, its potential impact on your practice, and how UnisonBDS from Central Data Storage can help protect your data and reputation against ransomware.
Is your data safe from a natural disaster? The small amount of time it takes to adopt a disaster recovery plan pales in comparison to the weeks and months it can take to recover from serious data loss. Read this post for three ways to help avoid data loss due to a Natural Disaster.