Ransomware attacks are on the rise and there’s no way to stop cybercriminals targeting your dental practice. You need to backup, update, and educate.
Why is HIPAA important to patients and healthcare organizations and what does your dental practice need to do to remain HIPAA compliant at all times?
HIPAA violations run the gamut from snooping out of idle curiosity to malicious data breaches. A look at common violations and the penalties incurred.
A HIPAA Security Rule checklist is an invaluable document you can refer to periodically to make sure you remain compliant with the HIPAA Security Rule.
A disaster recovery plan is essential for all HIPAA compliant businesses. Moreover, it is crucial this plan is regularly updated to ensure PHI data is safe no matter what.
Dental practitioners must obtain a signed HIPAA form before PHI can be shared with other individuals or organizations. Here’s what you need to know about HIPAA forms.
Is WeTransfer HIPAA compliant? It’s a burning question for dentists across the US – and one which demands your urgent attention in order to avoid penalization.
HIPAA compliant businesses need HIPAA compliant online backup solutions. Your key considerations when selecting an online backup service partner.
Secure file sharing is imperative for dental practitioners who must remain in full compliance with HIPAA. Get top tips on secure file sharing and staying HIPAA compliant.
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.