privacy

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.
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?
How dental EHRs can streamline referral processes
How dental EHRs can streamline referral processesCoordinating with outside specialists or referrals can be complicated and cumbersome—but EHRs could make it easier.
Why a BAA is critical for dental practices
Why a BAA is critical for dental practicesWhat's a BAA, and why is it so important for your dental practice? Dr. Lorne Lavine explores why this document could be crucial to HIPAA compliance.
MEA|NEA and Virtru partner to bring secure HIPAA-compliant email to dental practices

MEA|NEA, Inc.,a provider of secure unstructured health information exchange, has formed a strategic alliance with Virtru to provide HIPAA-compliant email services to nearly 50,000 dental and medical practice clients and 700 health systems throughout the United States. 

The top 5 privacy pitfalls—and how to avoid them

There are so many things to pay attention to in your dental laboratory that it can be easy to overlook something that can have a huge impact: privacy. If you don't keep an eye on some common privacy pitfalls, it can put your whole business in jeopardy.

Core3daCADemy announces new webinar and live event dates

Core3dcentres has announced the next series of core3daCADemy CE events, including a new implant-based course in mid-September. The courses include both online webinars and in-person events at locations around North America.

The most important privacy information you need to know

As a dental laboratory, you seldom, if ever, are privy to patient telephone numbers, mailing or email addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, medical records or data directly identifying individuals’ relatives, employers or household members as part of your dealings with the dental office.