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Doctors Give Tech an F

Nearly three-fourths of practices surveyed for this year's Physicians Practice Technology Survey say the health IT industry is failing because doctors don't like the technology they use. What can be done to improve that?

Also: 2017 Tech Survey Results

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Cybercriminals will go after medical practices of all sizes. Here a few ways to thwart this unwanted attention.

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Physician practices can learn from Equifax's security breach by asking the right questions. Here are a few to ask their vendor.

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Planning ahead for a security breach related to your EHR can make the practice's response much smoother, according to experts.

Hackers are well-organized and hungry for patient records. Here’s what practices need to know to protect their patients and their business.

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Nate Moore doesn't have a crystal ball, but he says that every practice should be able to plan ahead based on appointment data.

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Performing random audits at your practice is a thing of the past. Here's how to use predictive analytics to get the most out of audits.

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Despite flooding, power outages, and physical loss, the cloud recently helped modern medical practices avoid four disasters.

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