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?
Not Updating BAAs Can Be Costly
It's better to learn from others mistakes. A recent HIPAA fine underscores the importance of timely and accurate BAAs.
Practice Rounds: AMA Lends a Hand with MACRA
The AMA introduces digital tools to help practices transition to the MACRA era. New data reveals which specialties are Republican.
Steps to Avoid Bad Business Associate Agreement Behavior
Here are six things physician practices can do to stay HIPAA compliant and not get in trouble for a failed business associate agreement.
A Practical Solution for an IT Emergency
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?
How to Protect Your Practice from Cybercrime
Your practice is a favorite target for cyberattacks. Here are steps you can take to avoid being victimized by these crimes.
Is Cyber-Security Insurance Right for Your Practice?
With cyberattacks and breaches of patient data becoming disturbingly common, cyber-security insurance might be worth the cost.
Physicians Should Understand the Basics of Ransomware
It doesn't matter how small or big your practice is, you need to be prepared for ransomware attacks.
Top 5 Reasons Physicians Give for Avoiding Social Media
Physician and social media expert Russell Faust describes the top obstacles preventing doctors from utilizing social media as a tool for their medical practice.
9 Safeguards to Avert Ransomware at Your Practice
Small practices can take steps to avoid being hit with ransomware. The key focus should be on implementing technical safeguards and working with staff.
Eleven Things to Never Say to Patients
Physician-patient interactions can be rife with emotion. Here are phrases physicians should take care to avoid during these situations.
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