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Dr. Lorne Lavine, founder and president of The Digital Dentist, has more than 30 years invested in the dental and dental technology fields. A graduate of USC, he earned his DMD from Boston University and completed his residency at the Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, N.Y. He received his specialty training at the University of Washington and went into private practice in Vermont until moving to California in 2002 to establish TDD, a company that focuses on the specialized technological and HIPAA needs of the dental community. He can be reached at email@example.com or 866-204-3398.
Here are the 5 biggest threats to dental offices and the steps you should take to minimize those risks.
By any definition, 2020 has not been a good year for most of us. Coronavirus disease 2019, lockdowns, social unrest…the list goes on. As a dental information technology (IT) provider, I realize it has been a very scary year for dental practices when it comes to the protection and security of patient data. From criminals trying to separate you from your money to complying with governmental regulations, it’s been a challenging year for dental practitioners. Here are the 5 biggest threats to dental offices and the steps you should take to minimize those risks.
While 2020 has been a bad year for many dental offices, practices should invest in securing patient data to ensure a safe and protected 2021.