A disaster recovery data center is an essential requirement of every disaster recovery plan to keep the business running in the event of an unexpected catastrophe.
Cyberattacks are on the rise, with increasing numbers targeting small dental practices. What do you need from your practice’s disaster recovery data center?
Master the Manage Module: Learn how to manage time cards, send batch claims, manage monthly patient billing, and make business-critical data backups.
Cyberattacks are on the rise and hackers have small businesses like your dental practice in their crosshairs. Here’s how to protect your business.
Focusing on things we can control puts us back in the driver’s seat. Here’s how to check to see if your data backup provider is robust enough to deal with economic uncertainty.
Nearly half of all cyberattacks target small businesses – just like your dental practice. Check out some best practice tips on how to protect your business.
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.
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.