Patient Privacy & Security

8 ways to keep your practice HIPAA compliant
8 ways to keep your practice HIPAA compliantKeeping your patients' data safe should be a top priority. Here's how to do it.
12 steps for creating a HIPAA compliance plan
12 steps for creating a HIPAA compliance planCreating an effective HIPAA compliance and cybersecurity plan can be the key to your practice’s success.
9 ways to avoid cyber attacks
9 ways to avoid cyber attacksWhat you need to know about the most common types of cyber attacks — and how you can avoid them.
14 things dentists should look forward to in 2018
14 things dentists should look forward to in 2018From advances in materials to new technology, 2018 looks to be a promising year for the dental industry.
Awrel offers dentistry's first HIPAA-compliant texting application
Awrel offers dentistry's first HIPAA-compliant texting applicationThe free communication and collaboration tool is designed to improve business and clinical workflow.
Are your emails safe?
Are your emails safe?Why you need to be more concerned about email security — and what you can do about it.
How to use apps to improve efficiency and security in the dental practice: Part 2
How to use apps to improve efficiency and security in the dental practice: Part 2In part two of a two-part series, explore several apps and security measures you should consider to simplify your day-to-day.
What you need to know about HIPAA compliance and patch management
What you need to know about HIPAA compliance and patch managementKeeping up with never-ending software updates can be cumbersome, but there are programs that can help—and ensure you stay HIPAA compliant.
7 ways to avoid becoming a HIPAA horror storyYou've heard the terrifying stories of HIPAA-compliance failures and the havoc they can cause for a practice... but how can you ensure it doesn't happen to you?
7 ways to avoid becoming a HIPAA horror story
7 ways to avoid becoming a HIPAA horror storyYou've heard the terrifying stories of HIPAA-compliance failures and the havoc they can cause for a practice... but how can you ensure it doesn't happen to you?