data management

Aspida Recovery and the cruciality of data backups
Aspida Recovery and the cruciality of data backupsHaving a backup system like Aspida Recovery can be critical in saving your practice in the event of a disaster.
Planet DDS Denticon: A complete Enterprise solution
Planet DDS Denticon: A complete Enterprise solutionFour major areas help make Planet DDS Denticon software a unique Enterprise solution.
How encryption could be your get-out-of-jail-free card
How encryption could be your get-out-of-jail-free cardHaving to declare a data breach can be devastating for a practice—so it’s critical to take the appropriate preventative measures in advance.
25 ways practice management software can save you money
25 ways practice management software can save you moneyWe take a look at 25 ways your practice management software could be saving you money.
The huge mistake that could cripple your dental practice
The huge mistake that could cripple your dental practiceBacking up your data is easy to do — but not doing it could mean the end of your practice.
How to avoid HIPAA penalties with a Security Risk Assessment
How to avoid HIPAA penalties with a Security Risk AssessmentA Security Risk Assessment could save your dental practice from major repercussions and financial penalties in the event of a HIPAA violation.
Data for dentists: How hard facts can help you grow your practiceDo you want your dental practice to grow? For a dental practice, growth comes from new patients. If you want to see growth, you must understand how new patients find your practice, what makes them schedule appointments and how you can ensure new patients show up for those appointments. You may think you understand the processes that take a new patient from spotting an ad to showing up in one of your chairs, but unless you have hard data to back up your assumptions, you may be wasting marketing dollars and losing potential patients.
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacks
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacksDentists are switching over to EHRs, but recent patient database hacks have many practitioners worried about the security of electronic systems. So, how can dentists protect their EHR patient data?