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Physicians are increasingly being reviewed online, through sites like Yelp, Vitals, and others. How can you ensure that your practice doesn't get a bad rating?

Patient Confidentiality

This practice seems to have figured out a clever way to deal with a variety of IT problems. Can you see your practice using this method?

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Your practice is a favorite target for cyberattacks. Here are steps you can take to avoid being victimized by these crimes.

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With cyberattacks and breaches of patient data becoming disturbingly common, cyber-security insurance might be worth the cost.

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It doesn't matter how small or big your practice is, you need to be prepared for ransomware attacks.

Can a practice be TOO committed to HIPAA? In this case of this organization, the answer to that question might be a somewhat confusing yes.

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Recent ransomware attacks and the Phase II Office for Civil Rights Audits underscore the importance of adequate policies and procedures.

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"The Waiting Room Rule" is one way to determine whether or not you are getting too close with a patient and showing favoritism.

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