New tools can help grow or run a practice, but be sure they also help the bottom line
The technology is hurting the one group it's supposed to help—doctors.
Time is money, and nowhere is this truer than in the world of healthcare.
Although some patients are already harnessing the capabilities of new and emerging technologies enabled by high-speed internet, others are missing out.
As ransomware attacks multiply, cybersecurity has become a top concern among healthcare professionals. What are the best ways to stop these attacks before they occur?
With a unique voice, good content, patience and consistency, your practice’s social media accounts can become valuable assets.
As if giving your key employees menial tasks isn’t enough to consider outsourcing, the ever-changing landscape of the medical industry should be the deciding factor.
While all of us recognize the advantages of an electronic record in the respect of data retrieval, the risk has become greater because many practices do not secure their network.
Electronic health records and portals are not perfect, but they do offer physicians a way to connect with patients
According to the HIPAA Privacy Rule, physicians and patients can exchange unsecured emails as long as patients are aware of and accept any potential privacy and security risks.