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.
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.
Learn the three essential systems that need to be in place to prevent downtime & be HIPAA compliant, and how to implement them in your practice.
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.