When a consumer is in the market for a new product, the first place they often look online. Likewise, when they are looking for a healthcare provider, they search online to find medical practices nearby.
Printers are some of the most valuable pieces of office equipment for a healthcare provider. Think of all the pieces of paper a doctor’s office hands out to patients throughout the course of a day!
As a healthcare provider, your office must comply with HIPAA or The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. HIPAA prevents sensitive patient health information from being disclosed without the patient’s consent or knowledge.
In the healthcare industry, medical providers must retain patient records for a set period to comply with the HIPAA, or The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. PDF/A (Portable Document Format Archival) is excellent for preserving these sensitive patient files.
If your medical office is looking for ways to improve efficiencies and cut costs, you’ve probably checked in all the normal places. You’ve found affordable printers, business supply sources and more. But, what about how your medical practice sends mail? Have you considered bringing mailing equipment in-house?
As healthcare costs continue to climb, so too does the cost of providing patients with the best possible care.
With more members of your office and care team working remotely or on the go at least part of the time, it’s more important than ever to have a reliable phone system that’s completely portable.
Your patients trust you to protect their confidential, sensitive information. You understand and accept your ethical and legal responsibility to safeguard their data, so you have invested in technology that restricts access to data files.
Technology continues to become more and more crucial when it comes to doing business in today’s world. With more work being done remotely than ever before, using the cloud is a must for almost any healthcare facility. Here are five reasons your medical practice should migrate to the cloud.
No matter what area of medicine your practice specializes in, you have an ethical and legal responsibility to safeguard your patients’ sensitive information.
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