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  1. John Brewer
    July 28, 2014

    The number one way to minimize these risks?
    A solid set of policies
    The number 2 way to minimize these risks?
    Great annual HIPAA awareness training.

    There is no implication of this above, but it is also worth pointing out that a cloud based EHR can only fix a fraction of HIPAA issues…so don’t buy one thinking it will fix all of your HIPAA woes.

  2. IT Security Guy
    July 28, 2014

    Awesome post. Your guest looked at the breach stats and applied them to dentists. Please tell me how Dentrix is helping dentists with HIPAA security. From the past 5 years working with the dental community, not at all. They force customers to sign a BAA in favor of Dentrix, provide no proof of HIPAA security on their own system, and offer no assistance in attaining and maintaining compliance.

    Read the blog all the time and expect much better than having a corporate schill spouting meaningless crap.

  3. John Lynn
    July 28, 2014

    Thanks for the feedback IT Security Guy. Dentrix aside, don’t you think a review of the past 5 years of breach stats is worthy of a post? Most practicing doctors don’t keep up on that list.

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