As healthcare practices all over the country began switching from paper files to electronic health records (EHR), the government stepped in and developed minimum requirements for handling patient data electronically. This is called meaningful use. While an excellent idea, in reality, it puts a significant burden on healthcare providers of all kinds, including orthopedic practices.
A serious loss of efficiency and waste of money often occur when dental professionals are not getting 100% of the benefits that they should be getting from their information technology. But, keeping a dental office IT support expert on staff is not feasible for most dental practices, and even if it was, one IT employee is not likely to keep up to date on IT industry advancements in knowledge.
The MSP industry could face stricter government regulations over the coming year as attacks on vulnerable managed service providers (MSPs) continue to rise. There is...
IT documentation management software plays an integral role in the operations of managed service providers (MSPs).
Without change, growth is not possible. This applies to MSPs just as it applies to all companies in all industries.
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Troy Drever and Jon Fausz offer key strategies to help organizations protect their Microsoft OneDrive files from ransomware infection.
Is Dyad leadership needed to run a successful healthcare practice? An overwhelming number of medical facilities say that the answer is yes. A recent survey shows that nearly 75% of all medical practices in the United States use the Dyad leadership approach. What is more, 85% of all practices that use the method say it is effective. Even so, it's important to understand just how and why it works so well if you want to use a Dyad leadership structure to its fullest potential.
Today, cybercrime is more sophisticated than ever before. Help your business catch cyberattacks before they start by implementing proper SIEM and SOC services.
IT Experts chime in with expertise on how ransomware spreads across corporate networks.